Seeing as public social media platforms are, well… public, does a company have the right to not only keep an eye on what an employee posts, but take action if it’s something they deem offensive or highly disagreeable?
As we head into the last stretch of the year before the holiday period, your HR focus is probably on the end of year festivities; ensuring employees are on their best behaviour from the boardroom to the bar. The new year is a great time to introduce new habits, or break old ones and as… Continue reading Five bad HR habits and how to break them
Made a major flub in front of the whole world on social media? Here’s how to respond.
Ignoring social media because you think you can’t prove results? Here’s what you risk.
Are you still making these major social media mistakes? Here’s how to stop, or at least control the damage.
When it comes to social media risk, business owners appear to believe common sense is the best guide for employees. This is far from adequate as the term means different things to different people.
With social media usage continuing to develop and increase, businesses need to pay attention to its third party user-generated content.
Social media can expose business to risk. If not managed properly, considerable consequences may arise causing – perhaps even causing lasting damage. Here’s what you should be doing to protect your brand and reputation.
Social media brings a wealth of positives to business, but can also become an unwelcome distraction for employees. So what’s a business owner to do? Block all access to social media, or allow unlimited access to the various networks? Here’s a look.
Think you’re pretty great at Twitter? A pro at Facebook? Fact is, your social media strategy could use an upgrade.