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If you got your social media policy from Walmart, beware

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Wait! What Does the NLRB Think About Social Media Policies?!!! As those of you who pay attention to the National Labor Relations Board know (which.....continue

Social media – hiring, firing and discipline

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For purposes of this chapter, social media includes all electronic social networking sites through which applicants and employees may congregate, such as Facebook, Twitter,.....continue

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Termination and social media posts - peanut butter and vinegar?

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#No Filter: Terminating an Employee for Social Media Posts Prior to the advent of social media and especially the #MeToo movement, employers were generally comfortable.....continue

How to Address an Unflattering Video of an Employee

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Memo for Unflattering Social Media Content A PR statement employers may want to save for a rainy day. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: TBD (embargo.....continue

Carnac the Magnificent says – Politicussin

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This blog was written by Aaron Warshaw at Ogletree Deakins, which authors our Model Policies and Forms for Tennessee Employers, Massachusetts Human Resources Manual, Colorado.....continue

Cursing, surfing, weapons, gadgets – illegal, inappropriate or OK?

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It happens in almost every workplace almost every day: somebody swears or is on an iffy website or is carrying a knife (or worse) or.....continue

Should we fire Karen and Ken?

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Corporations are always protecting against reputational damage of one form or another. That has been magnified with social media and viral videos showing unflattering off-duty.....continue

hrsimple.com Webinar Series: Privacy and Social Media in the Workplace

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You'll learn: Privacy/social media issues in hiring / Employer monitoring: emails, phone calls, internet use, employee movement and biometric data Off the job behavior (e.g......continue