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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

The Clash Of Ages: How Technology Divides Workers

If you're a boss, what do you do about employees who love to tweet, text and social network throughout the day? It's a question companies are grappling with as the generation gap threatens to create a communications divide.

Full-text article by Joshua Brockman is available via National Public Radio, 6.22.09. (Audio also available).

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At June 14, 2021 at 11:10 AM , Blogger Samuelmiller said...

This is a very difficult question and it is indeed a very important one because these technologies are impacting the work of an employee throughout the day. For example, I have a brother who is so much interacted with social media that he doesn't complete his dissertations of himself on time ever so he uses to get Dissertation Proposal Writing service. In the same way the employees couldn't complete their work on time because most of the time they are online on social networks and their interest in their work is very less.

 
At July 14, 2021 at 3:01 AM , Blogger Thomas More said...

This issue doesn’t exist in the industry I am in. I provide professional content writing services and have worked for various agencies. In the field of content marketing, one has to be digitally active – which of course involves being active on social media. Now, having digitally active employees might be an issue for some companies but for digital agencies, it’s a good thing. I think we should just embrace these trends and act accordingly.

 

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