Millennials Reshape Companies' Social Media Policies
Companies can not longer ignore social media, especially if they want to attract millennials.
According to CompTIA's recent study, "Generational Research on Technology and its Impact in the Workplace," nearly two-thirds of Gen Y workers use a personal device or application for work purposes, while only one-third of baby boomers do the same.
Perhaps more surprisingly, 90 percent of 20-something employees use Facebook for both personal and work purposes. It is possible that millennials are skirting any policy your company put in place, but it is more likely that they aren't aware of the seriousness of the matter -- or perhaps even that a specific policy exists. ... Read full story on Wall Street & Technology
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