Cell Phones at Work

Many people have cell phones. They talk and text on them in the car and in stores. They talk and text on them while walking down the street. People use their cell phones a lot.

It is not ​wise​ to use cell phones in some places. Work is one of them. Most bosses do not want their workers using their cell phones at work.

Bill brings his cell phone to work. He turns it off before he punches the time clock. At break time, he checks his voice mail and texts and returns any messages. He then turns off his cell phone and goes back to work.

People at Bill’s workplace can use their cell phones during breaks and lunch hours. At the end of his workday, Bill punches out on the time clock. Then, he turns on his cell phone.

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