Originally published in Smart Business Northern California | October 2011.
For many employers, having to deal with employee use of social media is a relatively new phenomenon, and it can be difficult to know where to draw the line. Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ and other social sites are invaluable resources when it comes to marketing and interacting with customers, but these and other social networking sites can lead to uncomfortable situations if utilized inappropriately by employees, such as when used as a platform for sharing trade secrets or conveying negative thoughts about the company.
How can you protect your company without getting into legal hot water?
Smart Business spoke with Curtis Smolar, a partner at Ropers Majeski Kohn & Bentley PC, to find out how to navigate the unfamiliar terrain of social media policy.
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