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Q: What’s your take on Facebook and other social networking sites: Should employees be allowed to use them? Is it a valuable work resource in some companies?

James says....
The social sites are amazing, and they can certainly be a great networking tool. But you should keep one account for family and close friends and a separate one for business. Your personal tastes are exposed, so keep that information for your family and friends account.

James Coburn is a career specialist with 20 years' experience in search recruitment. He is VP of wwwork!. Click here to send him your questions.