Most Companies Don’t Have a Social Media Policy- PRCA 3030

February 3, 2010 at 1:39 pm Leave a comment

I was just on Twitter and found, thanks to @Mashable , a study that says “Manpower employer services found that only 29% of companies in the Americas have a ‘formal policy regarding employee use of social networking sites.'”

A different study was done a few months ago by Mashable saying that more than 50% of companies block websites like Facebook, Twitter, or Myspace,  but that is done mostly to keep productivity levels up.

The “formal policy” is designed more to ensure that an employee doesn’t publicly slander the company.

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