Praise be to Allaah.
If it is proven that this employee is going to permissive
websites, then you must advise him and warn him, call him (to proper Islamic
behaviour) and guide him, and remind him of the negative consequences and
sins that result from going to these websites. If he responds, then praise
be to Allaah, but if he persists in that, then there is nothing wrong with
telling the director of the centre, so that he can take suitable measures
concerning him. The scholars permitted mentioning a man’s faults and bad
deeds for the sake of seeking help to change evil, if it is not possible to
change it otherwise.
Al-Nawawi (may Allaah have mercy on him) said in his
commentary on Saheeh Muslim: But it is permissible to speak of a
person in his absence for a legitimate shar’i purpose, such as seeking help
to change evil and bring a sinner back to the right path. So he may say to
the one whom he hopes is able to help: So and so is doing such and such, so
deter him from that, and so on … end quote.
But that should only come after advising him and exhorting
him in private.
May Allaah help us and you to obey Him and seek His
And Allaah knows best.