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Six Considerations When Creating a Social Media Policy

Six Considerations When Creating a Social Media Policy

Michelle Kostya June 22, 2012 0

I am a big proponent of empowering and enabling employees to use social media in their day-to-day work, but as Joey Strawn said in his recent post Maybe Your Employees Are Too Stupid for

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Common Sense Of A Social Media Policy

Common Sense Of A Social Media Policy

Michael Brito June 11, 2012 4

As organizations today struggle with social media policies and guidelines that govern employee behavior on the social web, medical director Farris Timimi from the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media breaks it down in

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Smart Social Business Initiatives Can Enable Human Resource Management

Smart Social Business Initiatives Can Enable Human Resource Management

Michael Brito February 3, 2012 0

In the following video, Sandy Carter, Vice President of Social Business at IBM talks about social business and how it can enable Human Resources. She highlights 3 different use cases: Recruiting and Talent Management:

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Social Media, Labor Law and the National Labor Relations Board

Social Media, Labor Law and the National Labor Relations Board

Michael Brito January 26, 2012 0

In August 2011, the the National Labor Relations Board released a report on the outcome of 14 cases involving employees’ use of social media. They also issued the first decision of its kind —

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Don’t Kill Your Business With Social Media Distraction

Don’t Kill Your Business With Social Media Distraction

Kevin Dean January 25, 2012 0

Each day, more than 15 people are killed and more than 1,200 people are injured in car accidents that involve a distracted driver. According to the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) there

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