Social media is pervasive in today’s online world, and it has created many “gray areas” for employers. Just as you should have a social media policy for your company’s posts for consistency and tone, you also should have a social media policy included in your employee handbook, so your team understands expectations when representing your company.
We all have opinions and beliefs, and as Americans, are entitled to freedom of speech. Social media promotes individualism, and people use various social media platforms, such as Facebook to LinkedIn, Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter, and many more, to share their lives – both personal and professional – with their connections around the world. Continue reading “Social Media: A Sticky Situation”