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Workplace Mobile Phone Policy

Workplace Mobile Phone Policy

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated May 22, 2020
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

A Workplace Mobile Phone Policy cuts down on distraction and frustration at work by making it clear when it's appropriate to use a mobile phone during work hours

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Document Overview

Use this Policy If:

  • You want to provide employees with guidelines regarding the appropriate use of mobile phones at work
  • You wish to prevent inappropriate or unnecessary use of mobile phones
  • You wish to improve workplace efficiency

What does this Policy Cover?

  • Purpose of the policy
  • List of permitted mobile phone uses
  • List of prohibited mobile phone uses
  • Disciplinary consequences of non-compliance with this policy

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