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Social Media in the Workplace: Legal, Policy and Productivity Issues WorldatWorkTV Published on Sep 5, 2012, extracted 12/27/2017 Social media use in the workplace by employees can be a challenge for employers. Jonna Contacos-Sawyer, CCP, CMC, SPHR, Assistant Professor, St. Francis University & President, HR Consultants Inc. and Albert Lee, Attorney and Shareholder, Tucker […]
The Law Works – Social Media and Employment West Virginia Public Broadcasting Published on Sep 27, 2013, extracted 12/28/2017 Are you active on Facebook, on Twitter, Pintress, or other forms of social media? They can be fun. They can keep you in touch. They can be dangerous. I’m Dan Ringer and we’ll talk about Social […]
The NLRB and Social Media. The National Labor Relations Act protects the rights of employees to act together to address conditions at work, with or without a union. This protection extends to certain work-related conversations conducted on social media, such as Facebook and Twitter. Check out the following website: https://www.nlrb.gov/news-outreach/fact-sheets/nlrb-and-social-media Facebook Firing Report: Employment […]
Social Media in the Workplace – Guidelines for Employers Cummins & White, LLP Published on May 27, 2014, extracted 12/30/2017 The Ethical Dilemma: Social Media in the Workplace Esai Galicia Published on Oct 16, 2013, extracted 12/30/2017 Ethics You Tube Video – MBAA 609 Social Media for Human Resources: By: Kristy Bryant Kristy Bryant […]