This is a short, very reasonable and common sense article regarding preventing employees from spending too much time on social media sites during work hours. Take less than a minute to read and has very good recomendations.
sorry, here is the link. http://www.phonetvinternet.com/insider/10-ways-to-keep-employees-off-facebook
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