Should Facebook be banned at work?

Facebook has become a major productivity issue for employers, says Star Tribune writer David Phelps.

The social media giant offers an intriguing way to make business connections, but can also be a major distraction.

Current employer attitudes toward on-the-job social networking vary enormously, from complete bans to a free-for-all.

Read Phelps’ full report in the Star Tribune.

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Comments (1)

  1. Submitted by John Hallquist on 10/29/2010 - 07:08 pm.

    It’s helpful if it’s your job. If it’s not your job then you should have no business being on Facebook chatting with friends. It’s like calling a buddy at work and having some good ol idle banter. It doesn’t help a business AT all.

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