Employees may well be encouraged to surf the internet or use social media at work if it helps them complete their day-to-day job.
Whether it be to research competitors, stay up-to-date with the latest market trends, or to communicate with colleagues, social media is increasingly used in the workplace. There may be rules and regulations relating to how social media is used whilst at work but what about when an employee uses social media in an improper manner outside of work?
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