So our restrooms have stalls, and it is standard for there to be a little gap between the door and the side, maybe 1/8in?
My problem is that the mirrors/sinks are directly infront of the stalls, and employees are doing this weird thing where they put strips of toilet paper up to block the gap. The toilet paper doesn't usually stay up long - when someone opens the door or uses the hook it will fall. By the end of the day, it looks like our employees are taking hooker baths in the toilets, with TP strewn everywhere.
I've explained to them that no one is watching them pee in the mirror, and if someone is watching them pee then they need to report it to HR ASAP becuase we don't want a creepo working with us, but they insist on the toilet paper for privacy. Is this a cultural thing? I've never seen it before.
I can't find any stard or code that barrs this practice, and it's in a restroom, not a processing facility, but it looks terrible, and I don't particularly want employees reaching down to the RR floor to pick it up every time they walk through.
Any thoughts on how to stop this rampant and senseless toilet paper abuse? Moving the mirror/sink is too costly to justify, and we don't have space for it