Time & Attendance
By Sarah Fister Gale
Jun. 21, 2012
To avoid overly punitive or too generic social media policies, HR should work jointly with IT, legal and marketing departments to craft guidelines that protect the brand and reflect the corporate culture, while promoting the right tone of conversation.
And while every social media policy is unique, they should all do the following:
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