“Want This Job? Give Me Your Password.”Facebook Flops and Other Dangers of Social Media at Work
Business success is more and more dependent on the savvy use of social media, but social media presents additional business challenges inside the workplace. The most commonplace activities your employees engage in online every day can become your company’s worst nightmare.
Consider these scenarios:
HR professionals should be taking the lead to identify these risks and consult with senior leaders on managing and mitigating risks in a way that is supportive of your organization’s culture and values.
Join business and HR consultant Rush Paul for answers to these tricky social media nightmare scenarios—and to find out what questions you should be asking, as you examine the social media atmosphere and policies in your own company.
Find out how a proactive stance can help you avoid some major legal landmines with social media.
This presentation will outline the risk points and provide some practical tips that HR professionals should be presenting to their organizations for:
R. Rushton Paul, Jr., J.D., SPHR
Rush Paul is a past practicing lawyer who migrated to creating business solutions and leading human resources at Jefferson National Bank, Wachovia, and McGuireWoods, a national law firm. Today, Rush brings over 30 years of experience to his work with many different companies as their outsourced fractional HR Director through his consulting firm R. Rushton Paul Consulting.
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Length: 1 hour 30 minutes