Go Ahead and Ban or Limit Social Media


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In this blog post for Talent Management Magazine, Frank Kalman writes that limiting (or outright banning) social media at work can be a bad strategy, as well as a huge missed opportunity.

Besides, most employees access social media from their personal devices, making compliance difficult.

The practice of using social media will only increase, as mobile devices become more widespread and technology improves. It is increasingly difficult for companies to stand before a rising tide of social media.

As the old saying goes: “If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em.” The smart strategy would be to embrace this movement, and use it as a way to connect co-workers for “business-related things.”

Read the post at Talent Management magazine, The Business of Talent Management on talentmgt.com

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