Should Twitter be banned or required?

While many companies have struggled to limit or ban the access of twitter and other social media, People Science is requiring it. For the last two months, each employee at People Science chose a day to tweet about their personal impressions on our twitter account @People_Science. Our goal is to show what the inner workings of an RPO look like. In the time since we’ve started the “day in the life” our follower count has nearly doubled. Read a selection of  tweets from our employees below:
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We started a little over 2 months ago but the results are staggering: our Follower count has more than doubled and continues to grow quickly. However, our true goal has nothing to do with numbers: show the public what it’s like to work at People Science. What do you think, have we achieved our goal? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]


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