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By Yvonne Nellums on Tuesday, October 16, 2018
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In this day and age most people have at least one social media account. In fact, in a report published by GlobalWebIndex, the average person now has 7.6 social media accounts, and 98% have at least one social network account.
Statistics shows that Americans spend at least 2 hours per day using their social media accounts. Who would like to wager a portion of that time is spent monitoring social media accounts during the work day? And, as an employer, what can you do about the content that your employees post online? The answer to those questions may seem disheartening to some.
While it is true that health insurance and other employer-paid benefits can come with a hefty price tag, some organizations may be short-sighted to dismiss the value of providing access to those benefits.
Fall is in the air, and Halloween costumes are stocked on the shelves of stores everywhere. But what if the spirit (no pun intended) of Halloween extends into the workplace?
"If you were a pizza delivery person, how would you benefit from scissors?" How should you respond when an hiring manager asks you a zany interview question?