How SHOULD Employees Use Social Media?
There are valid arguments supporting both sides of this debate. We've seen quite a few news stories in recent months about social media policies coming to light. Fears exist. Questions. "How are my employees going to screw things up out there?" The result often ends up coming in the form of strict social media policies that severely limit interactions and engagement. What are the things that you can't do?
You must be politically correct and becareful what you say.
Employees should use social media wisely. Comments and pictures can be use against you. For example, you are always posting your pictures with your friends having fun at a bar. Then one day, you got sick. Your employer and coworkers might think that this is your fault by sleeping late at night and drinking too much alcohol.
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