Tips for Writing & Enforcing Your Company's Policies - Business Tips | CurrentWare

Tips for Writing & Enforcing Your Company's Policies - Business Tips | CurrentWare

When running a business, your policies need to be clear, concise, and consistently enforced.

In this video CurrentWare’s marketing coordinator Dale Strickland shares with you the best practices for writing and enforcing company policies. This video will be using an Acceptable Use Policy as an example but you can apply these tips to any other policy you have.

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00:00 Intro

00:33 What is an Acceptable Use Policy?

01:04 What to include in your company policy

02:57 How to make your policies understandable

04:04 How to approach awareness and enforcement

06:10 Employee internet monitoring and web filtering

06:23 Outro & Credits


Work From Home Policy Template

Internet Usage Policy Template

5 Ways to Enforce Your Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)

How to Make a Work From Home Policy


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CurrentWare is a software company that provides a suite of workforce management solutions for computer monitoring, content filtering, data loss prevention, and remote power management.

CurrentWare’s solutions are adopted by a wide array of government and private organizations including schools, hospitals, libraries, and for-profit businesses. CurrentWare customers improve their user productivity, data security, and business intelligence with advanced awareness and control over how technology is used in their organization.

BrowseReporter, Remote Employee Monitoring Software

BrowseControl, Web Filtering Software

AccessPatrol, USB Device Control & Data Loss Prevention (DLP)

enPowerManager, Remote Power Manager


Editing, Narration, and Supporting Design by Dale Strickland
Music: Guitar House by Josh Pan
Dale’s headshot by Gary Black Photography
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