10 reasons NOT to block social networking at work

Via Scoop.itProductivity, Leadership, & Technology

I get it… You’re completely convinced that allowing your employees to get on Facebook and Twitter would pull the rug out from under your bottom line. Because of that, you block chat, tweets, and all other social networking to make sure your workers are doing only what you pay them for. I am here, however, to suggest that there can be a backlash from that approach. Social networking can actually help you in the long run, and I want to try to open your eyes to this fact. In the end, of course, it’s your business and your call. But let’s see if you can be swayed.

Via www.techrepublic.com

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