Implementing The Right Game Plan For Social Media: Current Issues And Developments (Presentation)

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SOCIAL MEDIA: WHY DOES IT MATTER FOR EMPLOYERS?; USE BUT DON’T ABUSE; NO USE = NO ABUSE; POTENTIAL LEGAL EXPOSURE DUE TO EMPLOYEE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA; DESIGN AND IMPLEMENT A SOCIAL MEDIA USE POLICY; IMPLEMENTING A SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY THAT WORKS; PRIVACY CONCERNS; PROTECT THE COMPANY’S CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION – TWEETING YOUR WAY TO UNEMPLOYMENT; PROTECT THE COMPANY’S BRAND AND REPUTATION; WHO IS MONITORING COMPANY SANCTIONED USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA?; USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE HIRING PROCESS – BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU ASK FOR; and HOW TO MINIMIZE RISK TO YOUR COMPANY.

SOCIAL MEDIA: WHY DOES IT MATTER FOR EMPLOYERS?

Social media or social networking impacts almost every facet of our daily lives, including the workplace. The most common forms of social networking that employers deal with in the workplace are:

• Facebook

• Twitter

• LinkedIn

• Blogs

• YouTube

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