Employers 'trust staff to use web responsibly.'

Phillips, Lucy
September 2007
People Management;9/20/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 19, p11
The article offers information on a Web poll conducted by CIPD which states that the majority of employers trust their staff to do the right thing when it comes to blogging and using social networking sites such as Facebook. The poll has found that 40% of HR professionals trusted their employees to use the sites appropriately. Only 19% of the 162 HR managers that took part have actually implemented a ban on social sites, while 10% of firms had put a usage policy in place.


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