Social media & work | What should be HR's stance?

What should be HR's stance?

During the coronavirus pandemic, social media usage – on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram et al. – has rocketed.

These platforms even made the news – Trump’s multiple social media bans, after the Capitol riot, being the biggest 2020 social media story – as leaders at these firms struggled to manage the impact of their platforms on public and professional life. It is the latter that HR will be interested in.

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