Facebook | Bonuses will be awarded to employees doing 'social good'

Bonuses will be awarded to employees doing 'social good'

An almost daily slew of controversial headlines surrounding Facebook’s questionable stance of platform morality and the spread of ‘fake news’ has resulted in a major change in the way that the company will manage its employee targets going forward.

The site has been repeatedly accused of providing platforms for racism, controversial political agendas and facilitating unauthorised data harvesting through the Cambridge Analytica scandal to drive growth across its network with little thought to moral stance or real-world consequences – this has also been reflected in employee bonus schemes.

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