Smart phones, internet, tweeting, blogging - we have accepted all of these innovations, and many more, as part of our working lives, helping us to work more flexibly, stay in touch for longer and respond to each other more quickly.
However, some estimates report that misuse of the internet and social media by workers costs Britain's economy billions of pounds every year and add that many employers are already grappling with issues like time theft, defamation, cyber bullying, freedom of speech and the invasion of privacy.
So how should employers respond to the challenges posed by social networking tools at work? To read more about this click on the following link -
Read our advisory guide - Advice on Social Media and the Employment Relationship
The Agency also holds seminars on Social Media and the employment relationship. To check availability click on seminars