Social Media Policy & Employee Rights with National Labor Board

While there are many social media policy documents floating around and we’ve covered the topic in-depth here many times before (see related articles below) – it is always interesting when social media policy is viewed strictly from a legal and labor relations perspective.

On that note I want to draw your attention to cases from the acting general counsel of the U.S. National Labors Relations Board. Read more

10 things your social media policy should cover

As organizations migrate further into the digital world, employees will cover a wide range of aptitude and experience using social media.

Some employees will be early adopters that broadcast ideas and conversation 24/7 with smartphones and wireless tablets, while other employees will struggle to adopt simple online tools.

The wide spectrum of aptitude and experience doesn’t have a correlation to the roles and responsibilities within the company, a senior executive may have trouble using e-mail while a mail room clerk may be a digital rock star. Read more