Social media ranks as one of the most effective tools to engage employees in the workplace. Many companies encourage employees to spread workplace culture and news, turning them into company advocates. While social media can greatly enhance the digital presence of your brand, it can also pose significant compliance risks to your organization. Check out this infographic to learn how social media affects your company's productivity, and how to avoid these risks.
Creating a social media policy helps protect your company from potential legal risks and social media crisis.
Once you’ve created a social media policy, the next step is to train your employees on it. Training helps to inform your employees how their social media use can benefit the company, but also how it can hurt them if they do not follow the rules.
To learn more about our social media policy training, contact Workplace Answers today.
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