How to stop your employees from using their mobile phone in work all of the time

If your business doesn’t have a mobile phone use policy, this guide will explain why you need one and what it needs to include.

According to a recent survey, the average person scrolls 108 minutes a day and 88 miles a year.

And, at that speed, you’d be able to ‘climb’ Mount Everest in 22 days, or complete the London Marathon in 108 days. Which is crazy. Isn’t it?!

When your whole life is practically on your phone, it’s so easy to be distracted by it throughout the day. And this can really affect your focus and productivity – both in your personal life and at work.

As an employer, this is your main concern…

How can you encourage your staff to spend less time on their phones and more time doing the work you’re paying them for?

This is tricky. Especially when a lot of employees use their phones for both personal and work. And with the increase in remote and hybrid working, it can be incredibly difficult to manage this as there are so many blurred lines.

That’s why I’ve created this guide for you.

Firstly, to explain the importance of having a mobile phone use policy and what it needs to include.

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