New Restroom Trip Policy
Maximizing Company Efficiency - New Restroom Trip Policy
Find that your employees are slacking off at work? Not
fully utilizing their office hours? Spending too much
time in the restroom and toilet chats? Try this new
policy that is guaranteed to return those lost hours to
In the past, employees were permitted to make trips to
the restroom under informal guidelines. Effective
immediately, a Restroom Trip Policy will be established
to provide a more consistent method of accounting for
each employee’s restroom time and ensuring equal
treatment of all employees.
Under the policy a “Restroom Trip Bank” will be
established for each employee. The first day of each
month, employees will be given twenty Restroom Trip
Credits. These credits may be accumulated.
Within four to six weeks, the entrance doors to all
restrooms are being equipped with personal
identification stations and computer- linked voice print
recognition devices. Before the end of the month each
employee must provide two copies of voice prints (one
normal and one under stress) to the Human Resources
Department. The voice print recognition station will be
operational but not restrictive during the entire month.
Employees should acquaint themselves with the stations
during that period.
If the employee’s Restroom Trip Bank balance reaches
zero, the doors to the restrooms will not unlock for
that employee’s voice until the first of the next month.
In addition, all restroom stalls are being equipped with
timed paper roll retractors. If the stall is occupied
for more than three minutes, an alarm will sound.
Thirty-seconds after the alarm sounds, the roll of paper
will retract into the wall, the toilet will flush, and
the stall door will open. If the stall remains occupied,
your picture will be taken.
The picture will then be posted on the bulletin board
located in the Employee Relations Office. Anyone’s
picture showing up three times will immediately be
terminated. If you have any questions about this policy,
please ask your supervisor. But make sure you check with
the ‘Supervisor Questions Policy first’.
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