Porn @ Work: Exposing the Office's #1 Addiction
Moody Publishers, 1 avr. 2009 - 176 pages
Speaking from personal experience and drawing on several years’ worth of research surveys, author Michael Leahy presents the facts about our porn-saturated world in the place where we spend the most time: our jobs.
Whether you are a workforce veteran or you are sitting in your very first cubicle, the business manager or the lone HR spokesperson, pornography at work is a real threat.
The latest era of workplace connectivity has given rise to a whole new level of office efficiency, but it has also opened the door to all kinds of potential dangers and temptations. Lost productivity and litigation risks are where the errant click-throughs generally lead.
Don’t fall into the trap! Porn doesn’t have to be the norm.
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