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  • 1. The changes in employer - employee relations in the context of the ever- growing popularity of Facebook. Career and Social Media Maria Voloh, Master I, PMAV
  • 2. Hypothesis ● Employees don’t want to be Facebook friends with their bosses ● Employees deliberately restrict their boss's access to the content shared on Facebook in order to limit their exposure. ● Even though they have a friendly relationship IRL, employees don’t want to be Facebook friends with their bosses.
  • 3. Questions ● Do Romanian employees want to be Facebook friends with their superiors? ● Do these use privacy settings to restrict their boss's access to content shared on Facebook? ● To what type of content do employees restrict access to? ● What is their relationship with their boss outside of the online medium?
  • 4. Research corpus ● Online random sampling, via Facebook shares ● 110 respondents ● 12 questions questionnaire, created with Google Forms ● 95% employed for the past 3 months ● With ages between 18 and 46 years old ● 99% urban environment (big, medium, small)
  • 5. Research results Leadership function / Top management 3% Middle management 23% Execution function 65%
  • 6. Research results 62% are Facebook friends with their boss, 26% are not, and 8% are, but wish they weren’t. Only 2% of respondents are not friends with their boss, but with they were.
  • 7. Research results Only 15% of respondents have restricted their boss’s access to Facebook content. 79% do not deliberately restrict access to any type of content.
  • 8. Research results Restriction of access to Facebook content is related to respondent’s gender
  • 9. Research results Out of the 15% that restrict Facebook content, photos are restricted as follows: To a great extent 28% To a large extent 11% Sometimes 17% To a small extent 11% To a very small extent 6% Not at all 28%
  • 10. Research results Out of the 15% that restrict Facebook content, video is restricted as follows: To a great extent 35% To a large extent 6% Sometimes 18% To a small extent 6% To a very small extent 0% Not at all 35% 0 0%
  • 11. Research results Out of the 15% that restrict Facebook content, friends list is restricted as follows: To a great extent 35% To a large extent 6% Sometimes 12% To a small extent 6% To a very small extent 0% Not at all 41% 0 0%
  • 12. Research results Out of the 15% that restrict Facebook content, have put their boss in Restricted list as follows: To a great extent 29% To a large extent 6% Sometimes 12% To a small extent 0% To a very small extent 6% Not at all 47% 0 0%
  • 13. Out of the 15% that restrict Facebook content, do so at the moment of posting: To a great extent 44% To a large extent 6% Sometimes 25% To a small extent 0% To a very small extent 0% Not at all 25% Research results
  • 14. Research results Time spent on Facebook every day: less than an hour 13%; Between 2 and 4 hours 38%; Between 5 and 7 hours 17%; Between 8 and 10 hours 3%; Over 10 hours 28%; Don’t know / no answer 2%.
  • 15. Research results Respondents describe the relationship had with superiors outside of the online medium as being: Strictly professional 37% Friendly (amicala si prietenoasa) 57% Hostile 4% Don’t know / no answer 1% Other description 2%
  • 16. Research results Respondents’ age: 18-24 32% 25-30 40% 31-35 15% 36-40 7% 41-45 3% over 46 3%
  • 17. Research results Respondents living environment: Big City 81% Medium City15% Small city 4% Rural 1%
  • 18. Research results Respondents gender: Female 73% Male 26% Don’t know / No answer 1%
  • 19. Thank you! Title: Career and Social Media: The changes in employer - employee relations in the context of the ever-growing popularity of Facebook Author name: Maria Voloh Lever of studies: Facultaty of Jurnalism and Comunication Sciences, Masters Multimedia, and Audio-Video Production, 1st year The coordinating professor's name: Adriana Stefanel

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