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Yelp. Foursquare. Urbanspoon. Glassdoor. Vault.
What do all of these sites have in common? Chances are your company is listed on at least one of them. You don’t have to be a business or consumer brand anymore to be publicly reviewed – and sometimes lambasted.
If it’s happened to you (and if you’re a business owner or employer, chances are, it has), these negative reviews understandably create a lot of anger – and a lot of questions.
Questions like, What if our dirty laundry is getting aired by our former or current employees? Can I sue Google?” How can I protect my company from this bad press now that it’s out?
Some good news: while free speech remains just that, the law has put limitations on how that right to speak freely can be exercised. When the message is both damaging AND untrue, it’s liable – and a potential legal liability.
Learn about how best practices within human resources can help you navigate the unexplored waters of social media and your employees. Don't be left behind as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google Plus change the world we work in and how we interact. Learn best in class solutions, tips, and understand the lingo that your employees will use in reference to social media. If you are like 80% of businesses out there today that do not have any social media guidelines, this is a do not miss session for you and other HR decision makers within your organization to attend.
Join us December 12, 2012, and feel free to send questions in advance to Lalli@txstrategichr.com.
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HR Generalists, HR executives, field HR professionals, compliance and legal professionals.
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Human Resources Management
Legal and Compliance - Managing Employer Risk
Social Media And Employee Communications
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You will learn: -common pitfalls of social media -how to create or adopt a robust social media policy -how to understand common social media terms and references -how to train employees on best practices regarding social media
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