Could always-on Twitter, Facebook and email actually be bad for business?
Read this “advanced article” from The Guardian and highlight five words that you didn’t know before.
No more than five!
Nowadays, the MacBook, the tablet computer, and the smartphone synched with office email are .
An iPhone or BlackBerry is the dubious privilege of many an employee, coming as it does with the expectation that you will be perpetually contactable outside contracted hours. And as a social media presence becomes less of a bonus and more of a for modern businesses, those people who exist behind the Twitter accounts of clients and the Facebook pages of conglomerates have to monitor international cyber-reactions long after they’ve left the office. ù
These social media experts, after all, are usually young people whose jobs are more than those above them. If they don’t put in the time, they find out all too quickly how dispensable they are.
But then there are those who on this life altogether – such as a friend who moved to Australia today, in order to pursue “odd jobs and a life, rather than a career”.
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