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Social Media in the Workplace Do You Need a Policy for That?

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Whether you have one employee or hundreds, in today’s electronic world, you should assume that your employees are using some type of social media in their personal lives, and likely in their professional lives too.  Are you?  Is your company or organization taking advantage of social media marketing such as Facebook, Twitter, You Tube, LinkedIn or professional blogs?   If so, this usage can have legal and other ramifications if you do not have set terms and conditions of using social media in the workplace.    Just as you likely have an employee handbook or policy manual containing  policies such as paid time off, benefits and  codes of conduct, it’s time to implement a social media policy in the workplace as well. 

30 Minute Business Dig is pleased to have Jay Becker, a labor and employment lawyer and Chair of the Labor and Employment Law Practice Area from the New Jersey based law firm of  Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla , join us to share his knowledge and experience on how social media can have certain legal ramifications if used (properly and improperly) in the workplace, and how employers should govern such usage.  Please tune in to hear important information about creating and implementing an effective social media policy for your business.

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