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Americans are embracing the ability to use emoji in their written communications at work, as well as in their personal life, according to a new survey.
A political expression policy outlines acceptable political discussions, helps avoid a hostile workplace, and provides legal protection for companies. But few employees think their company should have one.
Electrical safety personal protective equipment maker Enespro PPE has launched a social media giveaway contest centered around the NCAA basketball tournament.
Study from Weber Shandwick indicates that 21% of employees are "employee activists" and 56% of employees actively defend their companies and serve as first responders. Also, employees with socially encouraging employers are significantly more likely to help boost sales than employees whose employers aren't socially encouraging.
However, younger employees are taking advantage of these Web sites to communicate with co-workers.
Billings and inquiries for work drop; hiring plans on hold.
Report identifies leading marketplace indicators focusing key people and community centric workplace practices that create competitive advantage for organizations and value for employees. It also stresses how facilities management is essentially now a strategy and not just a tactic, or worse yet, an afterthought.
How are facility management professionals using social media to handle challenges in and around their facilities?
From fad to standard operating procedure, social media can be a facility manager's "BFF."
The most recent results show a gradual increase from previous surveys in those who anticipate hiring additional FM staff in the next six months, with 24% reporting such plans.