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More than three-quarters of workers use social media while at work

A new report shows that men spend more time on social media than women during the working day

11th May, 2016
Women spend less time than men on social media during the working day Pic: Pixabay

The research on social media and employment by law firm William Fry found that men spend more time on social media during the working day than women, averaging 39 minutes compared to 25 minutes for their female colleagues.

It also found that 96 per cent of employees in Ireland are not aware of who owns their work-related contacts while more than a third of firms do not have a social media policy or guidelines in place.

Catherine O’Flynn,...

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