Is Your Social Media Policy Too Harsh
Is Your Social Media Policy Too Harsh On this edition of Business Connections Live Steve Hyland asks Nicky Kriel, Social Media speaker, trainer and consultant, if Social Media Policies are too harsh. When is a private post published by an employee considered to be a public post by the employer?
The relationship between employer, employees and social media has been making headlines. Employees are losing their jobs over their Tweets and Facebook posts. Some employers are demanding employees give them their social media passwords to access their private posts.
Should you be monitoring what your employees are saying about you?
How do you protect yourself from things that may go wrong?
What do you do if your employees are on social media all day?
Should you be preventing or encouraging employees to use social media?
Nicky Kriel will be helping you to understand why you need written social media guidelines and how to write a social media policy that employees understand.
Nicky Kriel is an international recognised Social Media Speaker, Trainer and Consultant. She has written two books on Social Media so far…
On this edition of Business Connections Live, Nicky will explain:
- Why all companies with employees need to have written social media guidelines
- Recent cases that have made the news…
- How to write a social media policy
Learn the business fundamentals on how your business can achieve:
- The elements essential to a social media policy- Who can speak for the company- Protecting company secrets- Make it clear what is acceptable and not acceptable- Encouraging social media advocacy
– Know who owns/controls your social media assets
– Importance of training