Intentions Behind the Use of Social Network Sites and its Association with Employees' Job Performance and Wellbeing

Haziq MEHMOOD, Oi Ling SIU

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Abstract

Social networking is a prevalent and vital feature of the present era. The use of social network sites (SNSs) is increasing with every passing day and has become an essential and salient feature in our societies. Modern-day people use SNSs as a mode of communication. People have many reasons to use SNSs, including communication, entertainment, and emotional support. This trend is more common among youth and emerging adults because new technologies are convenient and trendy. SNSs have proved to be beneficial; however, they have been showing many unhealthy impacts on human lives. In this regard, many researchers have described the positive and negative consequences of SNSs that might affect individuals' work (i.e. work performance) or health (i.e. addiction).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe SAGE Handbook of Organizational Wellbeing
EditorsTony WALL, Cary L. COOPER , Paula BROUGH
PublisherSAGE
Chapter12
Pages172-183
ISBN (Electronic)9781529760965, 9781529760972, 9781529760958
ISBN (Print)9781529704860
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2021

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