Time & Attendance
By Staff Report
Jan. 2, 2013
Recently, Proskauer Rose published the results of its second survey covering social media in the workplace. Social Media in the Workplace Around the World 2.0 [pdf] questioned 250 multinational businesses on their social media policies and practices.
Employers, here is your New Year’s Resolution for 2013: draft a social media policy and train your employees on what it means.
Social media is still novel. Most of your employees do not understand how their off-duty online activities can impact their jobs. If you want to hold your employees accountable for what they say and do online, both at work and outside of work, establish expectations. Put it in writing and explain to your employees what the policy means. That way, if you have to take action against an employee for something he or she says online, no one has any excuses.
According to a recent study, 88 percent of New Year’s resolutions fail. Strive to be among the minority that succeed in keeping their resolutions. Your employees will thank you.
Happy New Year!
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