Saturday November 28, 2020

Social networking can work for you

Allowing your company’s employees to use social networking sites may result in positive changes in the organisation, writes Gordon Smith.

28th November, 2009

Allowing your company’s employees to use social networking sites may result in positive changes in the organisation, writes Gordon Smith.

From a business standpoint, much of the coverage of social networks has focused on drawbacks, such as the drain on employee productivity or hogging the companies’ internet connections.

However, as Facebook clears more than 300 million users worldwide and close to one million in Ireland alone - and the Twittersphere grows more...

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