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Social Media, Mobile Technology, HR/PR and You

Topic:
Social Media, Mobile Technology, HR/PR and You
Date:
July 10, 2013 at 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Lori Loridon, Director, Payroll and Tax Compliance(Sage)
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Description
The buzz about social media and mobile applications and the potential to help (or hinder) HR/PR professionals and their responsibilities is undeniable. The impact of social media has grown too big for businesses to ignore. It’s changing the way we use the Internet, communicate with friends and business colleagues, interact with corporations (or customers), gather information and make decisions.

These capabilities open the door to changes in processes and strategies which in turn enable productivity increases and efficiency gains. Next year, payroll and timekeeping are expected to equal or overtake recruiting as the top HR use for smartphone apps. This tells us that mobile native software is starting to stick.

In determining the right social media policy for your business you must also comply with the laws on discrimination, data protection and the health of employees.

There has been a rise in conduct issues with regards to social media and the consequences of a lack of a social media strategy or policy at work. Without clear rules and a code of conduct, problems can arise with confidentiality issues, unauthorized disclosure, loss of productivity, employee dissatisfaction, virtual harassment and even criminal conduct!

This session will explore how HR/PR professionals can effectively use mobile applications and social media to best maximize the benefits while minimizing the potential risks associated with the use of these new communication vehicles. From an HR/PR perspective, it can be hard to tell if social media is your friend or your foe.

One thing is clear: The time to adopt social media strategies and policies for your business is right now.
Who Should Participate
Human Resources and Payroll Professionals, Business Owners
What You Will Learn
  • Why you should have a social media strategy.
  • How to manage risks and leverage the benefits of social media within your organization.
  • How mobile technology can eliminate layers of management hierarchy, IT infrastructure and paper based reporting processes.
Recommended Resources
http://na.sage.com/ Click here
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Core HR: Payroll for HR and HRIS
Social Media And Employee Communications
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It would have been helpful to have slides the bullet pointed the statements made with the other statements already on the slide. For example on the 3rd slide she has Why with Benefits and Risks. It would be helpful to have bulleted pointed items of the key benefits and risks. The talk was great but for people like me I can't write every comment down fast enough before it is forgotten. 4 / 5
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