Tag: econsultancy

May 25 2010

Can staff criticise the boss?

A blog post on Friday from eConsultancy ‘s Graham Charlton, One in five employees uses social media to criticise the boss, caught my attention. It quoted research by MyJobGroup who surveyed 1,000 UK employees, revealing that one in five would “take a pop at their boss”. It seems that most employees (70%) were unaware of …

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Oct 29 2009

Going to the toilet puts UK economy down the toilet

Watercooler conversations undermine UK plc Crosswords and Sudoko waste UK businesses £2bn a year These are just made-up headline, of course, but I expect if you commissioned a survey into the time individuals spend not working, but chatting with their mates, reading personal emails, etc, etc, you would soon come up with some tasty headlines …

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Apr 20 2009

Confessions of a corporate tweeter

The econsultancy blog has a great guest post, Confessions of a corporate tweeter, from Guy Stephens, Knowledge and Online Help Manager at Carphone Warehouse, and one of that company’s corporate tweeters. If you liked my Should every business Twitter? or Why I didn’t follow you on Twitter posts, this echoes many of my suggestions but …

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