Apr 7, 2014

DATA POINTS: Social media turns employees into activists

Employees in Asia are particularly passionate and will actively share their point of view, according to findings from a global study by Weber Shandwick. The research, "Employees rising: Seizing the opportunity in employee activism" (www.webershandwick.asia/employees-rising) surveyed 2,300 people in 15 markets worldwide, including Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore and Korea.

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