Not capitalizing on the power of social media poses its own risks to growing your company.
I am pleased to post a link to a recent blog I wrote for SHRM Blog. This blog focuses on social media mistakes made by supervisors. http://www.weknownext.com/blog/top-10-social-media-mistakes-made-by-supervisors. These mistakes can be avoided, however, by supervisory trainingThis blog should not be construed as legal advice, pertaining to specific factual situations or establishing an attorney-client relationship.
I am pleased to post a blog I wrote for SHRM’s We Know Next.
A manager gives an employee a final warning. The employee is upset and tweets that her manager is a drug dealer. The employee knows her tweet is patently false but tweets anyway with malice.
Maryland and Illinois became the first two states to prohibit employers from asking applicants or employees for their social media passwords. Okay in the other 48 states? NO!