The founder and CEO of Facebook Mr. Mark Zuckerberg have decided to block Facebook with all Facebook office premises all over the world. He sent email to all the senior management about this matter.
Zuckerberg has cited in the recent study completed by Smelly Services about using social media in the offices, and this the reason of blocking. From the survey, it is stated that 93 % of individuals polled in US regions thought that checking Facebook can hinder productivity of work, while almost 53% feel that social media can be menacing to the workplace ethics.
However, the command of Zuckerberg has not worked out well with the employees of Facebook. According to anonymous Facebook employee, “He is just jealous because he receives $1 as salary even after being the CEO of the company. I make 25,000 times more than that.”
The speculations are now widespread that the move is with tons of critics, which Facebook has earned from wide ranging issues that include the user’s privacy, child safety, online privacy, hate speech along with their inability of terminating accounts without manually deleting the contents.
After the news spreading all over the cyber world through Facebook, numerous blogs came across with articles on how to access the Facebook from workplaces when the Facebook is blocked. However, according to a research, there are three hours of break for the employees to access Facebook that makes them more productive and happier.
According to Muragan Nanhalingham, an Indian origin and software engineer of Facebook headquarters in California, “Facebook was the only way that I could hope for some romance in my life. My love life is over!”
Co-Founder of Twitter Ms. B Birdie said, “I believe that employees who are allowed to use social media are more productive than those who are not.”
According to J Jobless, the department who heads the marketing and management at the Erstwhile Orkut, “Short and unobtrusive breaks, such as quick surf on the Internet, enables the mind to rest itself, leading to a higher net total concentration for a day’s work, and as a result, increased productivity.”
A 54 year-old oldest employee of Facebook, Brad said, “This is like working at KFC and not being allowed to eat chicken.
Normally, people log-on to Facebook once they do not have works at hand or just nothing into their minds. However, once you have logged in, the first thing that will greet you is “What’s on your mind?”