The popularity of social networking websites such as Facebook is presenting employers and employees with significant employment implications. It is not just inappropriate websites and excessive use of company e-mail that employers need to track, but also employee use of the often addictive social networking sites.
Employees have been found to be spending time whiling the hours away on Facebook during working hours, to the unproductive detriment of their employers. This was sufficient grounds on which to justify the dismissal. Employers should establish policies which address employee internet and e-mail abuse in general, and social networking.
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