During Thursday’s second-quarter earnings call, Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg was asked about the size of the company when it came to number of employees and, while Facebook is expanding, he expressed a preference for remaining lean and mean.
It’s no shocker that people check Facebook at work. You might be doing it right now. But despite sentiments that Facebook is hurting work productivity, a Wall Street Journal editor feels that chief information officers should embrace the social network and use it to enhance business instead of banning it at the office.
Facebook has been lauded as one of the best tech employers around, with plenty of perks for employees and a casual working environment. But one of the favorite activities of Facebook employees might surprise you: target shooting. Pictured: Justin Shaffer, formerly of Hot Potato.
Facebook was the subject of two petitions that were circulating this week: one positive (against employers asking for the passwords of workers or potential employees), and one negative (demanding that the company add at least one woman to its board of directors).
In yet another sign that Facebook intends to be a player in Washington D.C., the company is welcoming a number of new hires to its office in the nation’s capital.
How far can a company go to prevent or discover employees’ problematic posts on Facebook? An attorney gives us the answer.
Are Facebook employees cashing out their stock to avert a decline in the shares’ value?
Facebook has been poaching one Googler after another. The latest is Ji Lee, creative director at Google Creative Labs, who will now become the creative director at the social network.
Facebook will grow its Dublin, Ireland office, headquarters for European, Middle Eastern and African sales, from 200 to 300 employees.
Aditya Agarwal, Director of Engineering at Facebook, announced that today will be his last day at Facebook via a blog post on his profile earlier this week.