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Enquête du cabinet Deloitte sur l'impact de l'usage des réseaux sociaux sur la réputation et l'image de l'entreprise

Enquête du cabinet Deloitte sur l'impact de l'usage des réseaux sociaux sur la réputation et l'image de l'entreprise

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  • Social networking and reputational risk in the workplace Deloitte LLP 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey results
  • While the decision to post videos, pictures, thoughts, experiences, and observations to social networking sites is personal, a single act can create far-reaching ethical consequences for individuals as well as organizations. Therefore it is important for executives to be mindful of the implications and to elevate the discussion about the risks associated with it to the highest levels of leadership. Sharon L. Allen Chairman of the Board Deloitte LLP
  • Contents Executive summary ...................................................... 2 Key findings ................................................................ 3 Additional survey data ............................................... 10 Survey methodology.................................................. 15 Social networking and reputational risk in the workplace • Deloitte LLP 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey results 1
  • Executive summmary The phenomenal growth of online social networks is altering Moreover, a mere 17% have programs in place to monitor the way people communicate, share ideas, and disseminate and mitigate the potential reputational risks related to the information. This enhanced world of connectivity is also use of social networks. rapidly blurring the lines between professional and private lives. And while the openness of these new communications As this medium is evolving, there are different opinions tools creates great opportunities, they can cause ethical about use and access. Sixty percent of business executives dilemmas for individuals and present many challenges for say they have the “right to know” how employees portray businesses that can leave brands exposed and vulnerable. themselves and their organizations online, while 53% of the employees contend that “social networking pages are Deloitte LLP’s 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey shows none of an employer’s business.” In fact, nearly one third that there is great reputational risk associated with social of employed respondents say they never consider what the networking as 74% of employed Americans believe it is easy boss would think before posting materials online. to damage a brand’s reputation via sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. So what should business leaders do? The easy answer is to establish policies and protocols. However, the survey Organizations grapple with the notion of reputational risk also finds that clearly defined company guidelines will within the context of employee self-expression. Meanwhile, not change how nearly half of respondents behave in news of major global brands being impacted by the online cyberspace. Therefore, attempts to mitigate reputational activities of their people suggests that discussions around risk in these online communities should include an emphasis this topic need to be elevated to the highest levels of on culture, values, and ethics within an organization. By leadership. That said, surprisingly only 15% of executives reinforcing these fundamental elements, business leaders surveyed are addressing these risks in the board room, will have the opportunity to encourage good decision- though 58% agree it is important enough to do so. making in virtual social networking environments. l Social networking and reputational risk in the workplace • Deloitte LLP 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey results 2
  • Key ndings Social networking and reputational risk in the workplace • Deloitte LLP 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey results 3
  • 74% of employees surveyed say it’s easy to damage a company’s Strongly disagree Strongly agree reputation on social media. Don't know Disagree Agree Employee respondents... n Strongly agree: 24% n Agree: 50% 74% } n Disagree: 20% n Strongly disagree: 3% n Don’t know/refused: 4% Social networking and reputational risk in the workplace • Deloitte LLP 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey results 4
  • Fifty-eight percent of executives agree that reputational risk and social networking should be a board room issue, but only 15% say it actually is. How are executives working to mitigate the risks of social networking media? “Our executive team regularly discusses how we can best leverage 27% social networks to our advantage while mitigating risks.” “My company has formal policies that dictate how employees can 22% use social networking tools.” “Our senior leadership team addresses issues related to company- wide social networking.” 22% “My company has a program dedicated to monitoring and mitigating risks related to social networks.” 17% Social networking and reputational risk in the workplace • Deloitte LLP 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey results 5
  • It’s none of my boss’ business. Fifty-three percent of employee respondents said their social networking pages are none of their employers’ business. We’re watching you anyway. Forty percent of business executive respondents disagree, and 30% admit to informally monitoring social networking sites. It doesn’t matter. Sixty-one percent of employees say that even if employers are monitoring their social networking profiles or activities, they won’t change what they’re doing online — they know it’s not private, and have already made significant adjustments to their online profiles. Social networking and reputational risk in the workplace • Deloitte LLP 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey results 6
  • Would a company policy change how you behave online? 49% of employees say “no.” Does your company have a policy about using social networking channels? 24% of employees don’t know. If your employer did something that you didn’t agree with, would you comment about it online? 15% said yes. What is your company’s Employee respondents... official policy when it n There are very specific guidelines as to what you can and cannot say comes to employee use online in relation to the company and/or client matters: 26% of social networking n The policy is to use your discretion when it comes to posting channels? comments and opinions on the world wide web and social I don't know NO policy networking sites: 7% YEs but i dunno n There is a policy, but I don’t know what it is: 11% YES discretionary YES - speci c n There is no policy: 23% n Don’t know if there’s a policy: 24% Social networking and reputational risk in the workplace • Deloitte LLP 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey results 7
  • What were you thinking? Twenty-seven percent of employees surveyed don’t consider the ethical consequences of posting comments, photos, or videos online — and more than one-third don’t consider their boss, their colleagues, or their clients. Do you consider what Do you consider what your Do you consider what your your boss would think? colleagues would think? clients would think? 37% said rarely/never 37% said rarely/never 34% said rarely/never semitemoS semitemoS semitemoS reven/yleraR reven/yleraR reven/yleraR wonk t'noD wonk t'noD wonk t'noD syawlA syawlA syawlA Employee respondents... Employee respondents... Employee respondents... n Always: 40% n Always: 39% n Always: 43% n Sometimes: 17% n Sometimes: 19% n Sometimes: 13% n Rarely/never: 37% n Rarely/never: 37% n Rarely/never: 34% n Don’t know/refused: 7% n Don’t know/refused: 5% n Don’t know/refused: 9% Social networking and reputational risk in the workplace • Deloitte LLP 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey results 8
  • Finding balance in social media...or not? Fifty-six percent of business executive respondents say that using social networking sites helps their employees achieve better work-life balance, but only 31% of the employe respondents agree. “Using social networking sites helps employees “Using social networking sites helps me Strongly disagree Strongly disagree Strongly agree Strongly agree Don't know Don't know achieve a better work-life balance.” achieve better work-life balance.” Disagree Disagree Agree Agree 56% of executives agree 31% of employees agree Executive respondents... Employee respondents... n Strongly agree: 11% n Agree: 45% } 56% n Strongly agree: 3% n Agree: 28% } 31% n Disagree: 37% n Disagree: 46% n Strongly disagree: 7% n Strongly disagree: 19% n Don’t know/refused: 4% Social networking and reputational risk in the workplace • Deloitte LLP 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey results 9
  • Additional survey data Social networking and reputational risk in the workplace • Deloitte LLP 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey results 10
  • Employees: policies and practices How often do you visit social networking sites such If you use social networking sites, do as Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, Plaxo, Twitter, you access them during work hours? YouTube, Flickr, etc? Never NO, i can't no 1-4 BUS and PERSONAL 5+ PERSONAL BUS only Employee respondents... Employee respondents... n Five or more times per week: 22% n Yes, you access social networking sites during work n One to four times per week: 23% hours ONLY for business reasons: 6% n Once a week: 10% n Yes, you access social networking sites during work hours ONLY for personal reasons: 5% n Never: 44% n Yes, you access social networking sites during work hours for BOTH business and personal reasons: 10% n No, you choose not to use social networking sites during work hours: 52% n No, your company’s network prevents you from accessing these sites: 26% Social networking and reputational risk in the workplace • Deloitte LLP 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey results 11
  • Employees: consequences “In the past six months, at least “The economy is forcing you to be “The content on your one of your colleagues was let much more conservative online, as Facebook, MySpace or go because of inappropriate you fear that your employer can Twitter pages prevented don't know/refused don't know/refused don't know/refused behavior online.” use anything and everything as an you from getting a job.” false false true true false true excuse to fire you.” Employee respondents... Employee respondents... Employee respondents... n True: 7% n True: 29% n True: 2% n False: 73% n False: 60% n False: 89% n Don’t know/refused: 20% n Don’t know/refused: 11% n Don’t know/refused: 8% Social networking and reputational risk in the workplace • Deloitte LLP 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey results 12
  • Executives: how connected are you? We utilize social Our CEO is on networking as a tool We utilize social My company has an My company has a Facebook: 31% to manage and build networking for recruiting employee-created corporate-sponsored our brand: 29% purposes: 23% Facebook group: 18% Facebook group: 11% Social networking We utilize social We utilize social Our CEO is part of our networking networking has a Twitter business and as an internal to engage profile: 14% operations communications employees: 21% strategy: 30% tool: 23% We post corporate videos on YouTube: 13% There is still more to learn. Fifty-five percent of executives say their companies don’t have an official use of social networks, and 22% said their companies would like to use social networking tools, but haven’t yet figured out how. Social networking and reputational risk in the workplace • Deloitte LLP 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey results 13
  • Executives: risk mitigation “Our executive team “My company has a “My company has formal “Our senior leadership regularly discusses how program dedicated policies that dictate how team addresses we can best leverage to monitoring and employees can use social issues related to social networks to mitigating risks related networking tools.” company-wide social our advantage while to the use of social networking.” Don't know Don't know Don't know Don't know False False False mitigating risks.” networks.” False True True True True Executive respondents... Executive respondents... Executive respondents... Executive respondents... n True: 27% n True: 17% n True: 22% n True: 22% n False: 67% n False: 76% n False: 72% n False: 71% n Don’t know/refused: 6% n Don’t know/refused: 7% n Don’t know/refused: 6% n Don’t know/refused: 7% Social networking and reputational risk in the workplace • Deloitte LLP 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey results 14
  • Survey methodology Opinion Research conducted a telephone Opinion Research also conducted an online survey on behalf of Deloitte LLP among survey of 500 business executives. The a national probability sample of 2,008 sample for the study came from a panel employed adults comprising 1,000 men of executives across the United States, and 1,008 women 18 years of age and including company owners, directors, CEOs, older, living in private households in the controllers, EVPs, CIOs, VPs, and board continental United States. Interviewing for members. Invitations to participate in the these CARAVAN® Surveys was completed study were sent beginning on April 10, during the period April 9-13 and 16-19, 2009 and data collection continued through 2009. Sampling error is +/- 2.5%. April 17, 2009. Deloitte refers to one or more of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, a Swiss Verein, and its network of member firms, each of which is a legally separate and independent entity. Please see www.deloitte.com/about for a detailed description of the legal structure of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu and its member firms. Copyright © 2009 Deloitte Development LLC. All rights reserved. OOC 0082