All the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men…

by Frank Roche on August 19, 2010

in Policies

…couldn’t put Humpty Dumpty together again. Same goes for the famous plastic surgeon who was texting as his Jeep veered off the Pacific Coast Highway. He died.

I’m not a big fan of HR policies. But here’s one I’d have: If I ever find out that you were in a company car (or on company time) and were texting and driving…you’re fired.

Texting and driving is more dangerous than drunk driving Three times worse. Twice as bad as being stoned and driving.

Company to employee: No texting and driving. None. Knock it off. We’re serious. I know you don’t want us to tell you that you’re too fat and you smoke too much. But dammit, we don’t want you to die or kill someone. What part of no-texting-and-driving don’t you understand?

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