|WORC creates social hub for its members|
When a member logs on to the WORC website there will be a link called “Connect & Share” in the navigation panel to the left of the screen.
After clicking on “Connect & Share” the member will be prompted to create a unique username. After registering, users of this site will have access to many networking tools in order to connect with others in this industry. Links will allow users to update “What are you doing right now?” These are Twitter-like updates so that members will be able to update each other on their day to day challenges and triumphs within their business.
Along with this, users will also be able to upload pictures onto the site, as well as create groups in order to further network with others within the growing WORC community. These groups allow individuals to talk about topics of interests with others that share their passion from all across the state. So, when you have a moment, please connect with us and share your thoughts.
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