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  • Blocking websites at work…
  • Goz
    Free Member

    Introduce your member of staff to …mother fist and her five daughters, it works every time..

    Christowkid
    Free Member

    Mr. K: yes, point taken, I’m no to it.
    Q

    neverfastenuff
    Free Member

    Just let him wa*k himself to death 😯

    muggomagic
    Full Member

    most people only take the piss at work if they are allowed to.

    DrJ
    Full Member

    Why is it bad to surf for porn at work, and OK to surf for STW chat?

    coolhandluke
    Free Member

    Got to be sacked. Why not tell his wife? or does he still live at home with his mum?

    Install CCTV or get him net nanny on his PC. or block internet access for him unless strictly supervised whilst on tinterweb.

    He clearly has issues so perhaps refer him to the sex offenders register.

    There’s time and a place FFS…

    Oh, make sure he has plenty of tissues too.

    atlaz
    Free Member

    The correct way to deal with one employee misusing resources is not to incur cost, extra work and punish the rest of the staff, it’s to deal with the person causing the problem.

    Sack him. Explain to everyone else why. End of project. Web filtering assumes your staff are idiots who don’t know what is appropriate and sends the wrong message to people. I don’t filter at my current company and I didn’t at my last company and we only once had to talk to someone about "inappropriate" browsing.

    Singlespeedpunk
    Free Member

    No sacked, just (another) warning 🙁 They have brought cakes in for us so thats OK.

    Boss needs some balls or I need a new job (along with the rest of the staff who are great)

    SSP

    Rich
    Free Member

    Install K9, like I have for my kids laptop.

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