Everyone's favourite toothless union congress the TUC has called on firms to draw up guidelines on employee use of Facebook, rather than ban it outright, Sneak has read with mild interest. On its website, the TUC – named after a rather delicious buttery cream cracker, by the way – has posted some 'useful' information for office drones to note.
Questions such as "Can my boss stop us using Facebook at work?", "Should I accept a Facebook friend request from my boss?" and "Is it wrong for my boss to keep poking me and my friends?" (alright Sneak made the last one up) are answered in no nonsense, informative prose. But it won't help the fact that, unless you have the linguistic skills of a trainee lawyer you're not going to be able to change the Facebook policy of your firm.
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