Provincial government in Canada OKs social media for employees

You hear tons of stories about organizations banning employees from using social media. Kind of lame. Well, here’s an encouraging story. The government of Saskatchewan (it’s a province in the middle of Canada) is open to employees’ getting social. “Allan Seckel, head of the provincial government’s public service, told a conference in Vancouver on Tuesday that the government recognizes social media as a new set of tools that can be incorporated into the working day of an employee, rather than …

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