Social Media in the Workplace - Top Ten Legal ConsiderationsPosted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 1 February 2016
Social media has revolutionised our daily business and interaction with each other. It is reported that almost one third of the world’s population has an active social media account. Facebook alone surpassed 1.55 billion monthly active users in the latter half of 2015. It is hardly surprising therefore that social media has permeated almost every aspect of our lives, whether it is on a personal or professional level.
Social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn can be a powerful tool for businesses in building their company’s profile. Many businesses have become adept at
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