The world is connected nowadays through our screens. Whether it be email, texting, websites, Facetime, or social media; we all use technology to connect us to others. According to Hubspot, an online marketing and sales software provider, consumers are on social networks more than ever before. They wrote: “In our survey of 1,091 global internet users, we’ve found people have dramatically increased content…
More large employers are turning to social media tools to round out their training processes. Read more…
More companies expected to join those already leveraging social media to creatively communicate
Large employers are fueling increased adoption of social-learning tools, such as internal employee blogs, wikis and online expert communities.
The importance of establishing a firm level social media policy to meet ESI obligations
Security concerns about social media and mobile devices remain a hot-button issue for HR and employers
California recently joined Illinois and Maryland in prohibiting employers from requiring access to current employees’ and job candidates’ social media sites.
A new survey finds that employers and employees don’t see eye-to-eye on the role of social media in the workplace
75 percent of respondents fail to measure the return on investment regarding their social technologies.