Originally Posted by disaacks3
True, but that's historically been non-enforceable when there is no foreseeable harm in the employee action.
Good guidelines from a law firm at the Link
I'm fully with CSC (and their policies) during the paid shift hours
. I'm also cognizant of the fact that due to their positions, these officers had access unavailable to the general public. That said, it's not their fault that they don't sign out from their shift in an unsecured area
One of the first slides say conduct outside of the workplace and this was not outside the workplace. Further I'd say if you employment is what gave you the access to Brady and your employer says not to do something you should probably avoid it at your place of work