There’s a growing interest from employers who are looking for help with developing guidelines around social media usage, including help with developing a social media policy.
I scoured the web to find the 411 on the latest information on guidelines around social media and found an interesting article from the Delaware Employment Law Blog, published by the law offices of Young, Conaway, Stargatt, and Taylor, LLP.
You’ll find some great social media policy samples from an interesting mix of companies in the article, Sample Social Media Guidelines.
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Be sure to read the following articles in order to get some additional perspectives on social media use at work:
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