Reclaim Your Profits

Foster, Mike
May 2001
Executive Excellence;May2001, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p6
Presents the four ways for executives to eliminate misuse of the Internet by employees. Implementation of an Internet usage policy; Teaching employees about effective Internet use; Consideration of offering alternatives; Installation of filtering or Internet monitoring software.


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