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Social Media Workplace Pitfalls

Posted on : 14-10-2010 | By : Julie Gottlieb | In : Social Media Policies

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Many of my articles stress the importance of creating and implementing a workplace social media policy. John Cruickshank, a national labor and employment attorney based in Houston, has written a very informative article entitled, Social Media: Know the Law, that underscores the pitfalls an employer may face in the absence of such a policy.  Please read Cruickshank’s article to learn more.

Also please see my other articles about workplace social media policies:

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