Social butterflies are more productive, study says

04/5/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

Companies should stop clamping down on workers' use of Twitter and Facebook and start encouraging them to spend more time on social networks, a study says. Workers who are active members of at least five social networks are more productive than less avidly social employees, the study by Evolv says. When it comes to employee retention, workers who belong to up to four social networks tend to stay in their roles the longest, the study says.

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