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When Employees Don't 'Like' Their Employers on Social Media by Pamela Lirio, Marie-Cécile Cervellon

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When Employees Don’t ‘Like’ Their Employers on Social Media

Many managers would like their employees to be active in representing the company on social media, but employees are often less engaged than expected. How can organizations encourage employees to become brand ambassadors?

Marie-Cécile Cervellon and Pamela Lirio

WINTER 2017

More than 2 billion people worldwide are users of social media, making it a logical platform for companies seeking to attract potential employees and engage consumers with their brands. In addition to sharing information on brand activities through official social media pages or accounts, organizations also are represented on social media through the private social media activity of employees. In their private lives, ...

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