Organizations should institute a No-Porn Policy – The Huffington Post

May 2, 2013
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A man standing in his office peers across the street into another building and sees something eye-catching. He tells coworkers, who encourage him to take a photo.

The photo shows a man sitting at his desk viewing porn on his computer. The photo is uploaded to Instagram and goes viral. Even when the porn purveyor thought his private viewing party was secret, he was being watched.

Nielsen found 25% of working adults admit to looking at pornography on a computer at work. And 70 percent of all online pornography access occurs between 9 AM and 5 PM. It’s clear that workplace porn viewing is a common occurrence.

In fact, two of three HR professionals said they have found pornography on employees’ computers.

Does pornography viewing affect work productivity? An Australian governmental body believes so; it ruled recently that distributing hard-core porn at work is grounds for dismissal, even if the employee was not aware of such policies.

Pornography viewing lowers productivity and can lead to even more serious issues. Not looking at porn at work is supposed to be common sense, according to the ruling.

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