5 thoughts on “Social Media At Work: Yay Or Nay?

  1. faay_alkhaja says:

    Not bad. I think everyone needs some time to breathe at work. There's nothing wrong with keeping the social networking sites open at work. In fact, employees will be more inclined to share 'work' news when they see it.

    Sometimes organizations can have employees access social sites at a certain hour if they still feel the need to have it restricted. A company I know, opens their social media sites after 12PM where it is time for employees to almost go home after 4 hours, and maybe a chill a bit.

  2. Shaima Al Tamimi says:

    Blocking social media sites at work is not the solution to aid productivity levels. Especially in public sectors, i find it absurd that some organisations go as far blocking the internet from their employees!!
    No one wants to come to work knowing that he has restrictions to abide by at this day and age where information technology (i.e the internet) is almost a right to every individual.
    We are all adults and need to be wary of abusing the freedom to given to us. Excessive monitoring will only make the employee feel jailed, which in turn can result in low morale and absenteeism.

  3. Moadh says:

    My boss made a good point the other day. He compared the time we spend on social media during work hours to the time we spend getting a cup of coffee or having a cigarette break or such.

    Another point is whether being socially active will help you do a better job. That might be true for many types of jobs, particularly in the communications or protocol industries.

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