By Sandra Hennessy

Social Media policies have been in the news in the last week and it has brought up the same questions for many companies big and small – what is a Social Media policy and what should it include? And do we call it a policy or guidelines? The language used will be the difference between enforcing your own beliefs on staff members and ensuring they feel they have a say in what has become part of our everyday working life.

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Written by lyceum
580 days ago

Sandra Hennessy has a created a good guilde line for setting up a social media policy. I think it is important to remember that it should NOT be over complicated and that you should NOT focus on what you NOT are allowed to do.

Personally speaking: Could we find a better word for the P.C. word, stakeholders?



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