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New data from Statista suggests that nearly 10% of Americans access Twitter during normal work hours.
Moreover, a full 29% of Americans admit to visiting Facebook during work hours every single day. Is that why employers block access to Facebook for 19.4% of Americans and Twitter for 15.1%?
It’s no secret that social media is now omnipresent in the workplace.
Employees spend ample time throughout the day on social networks, both for personal and professional purposes.
While less than half (43%) of firms have a completely open policy towards social networking, fewer than one in three (< 30%) block these channels altogether, and the number of companies restricting access is dropping by around 10% each year.
Which leads to the question: is it finally safe to tweet at work? In the infographic below, HR software maker TribeHR prudently asks “How can social media get you fired?”
Creative agency JESS3 collaborated with software giant Mindjet to showcase just how deeply technology and social media permeate the modern workplace.
The resulting infographic zones in on the five key areas (office environment, professional services, communication, sharing information, and conducting meetings) that can benefit most from the adoption of social technology.
Check it out, and hit the comments with how your own workplace is impacted by the tech of today.