A Pew Foundation study earlier this year found that 87% of all adults in the United States access the Internet or email, either through computers or mobile devices. The same study found that of those adults, as many as 74% are using some form of social media, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn. Given those numbers, it’s no wonder that many employers are concerned with managing their employees’ use of social media at work.
The conventional wisdom among many employers has long been that access to social media can be harmful to worker productivity. Visions of ...
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