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May 2013
Hi Reader,

Let's face it, social media is not going anywhere. So now it has become vitally important for employers to protect themselves in matters of social media.

That's why we wanted to share a great article on the importance of having a written social media policy. If you don't have a formal policy, this article is a must read!

Best regards,

Bob Daniel
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Employers must accept some responsibility for how their employees manage social media - in and out of the workplace. with many other things in life; it may not seem fair, but nevertheless, the responsibility for spelling out what is and is not appropriate behavior must fall somewhere. Since an employer could ultimately terminate an employee for his or her comments via social media - it makes sense that the responsibility would rest with the employer.
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