(Bloomberg) -- Facebook Inc. wants you to use Facebook at work -- and make your company pay for access.
A new office version of the social network, called Workplace, becomes widely available Monday. It’s meant to help employees collaborate with one another on products, listen to their bosses speak on Facebook Live and post updates on their work in the News Feed. Employers will be charged a monthly fee of $3 per employee for the first 1,000 monthly active users, $2 a head from 1,001 to 10,000 users and $1 per worker beyond that, Facebook said in a statement.
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