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Strategies to deal with abuse of work time

  • Speak directly to those employees who abuse work time.
  • Code of conduct/ethics should contain clear rules about abuse of work time.
  • Conduct training on the contents of the code of conduct/ethics.
  • Code of conduct/ethics should be signed by all employees so that they are aware of its contents.
  • Monitor employees to ensure that tasks are completed.
  • Structure working hours in such a way that employees have free/flexible time for personal matters.
  • Create a culture of responsibility/strengthen team spirit in order for all employees to feel responsible for what has to be achieved.
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