Featuring your tips: Should companies have a social media policy for employees?

By Gerard Braud

We posed this question on our YouTube Channel earlier this week, asking for your expert advice: “Should companies have a social media policy for employees?”

Your colleagues who specialize in communications, public relations, and crisis management weighed in this week discussing some of the ways that organizations could benefit from a social media policy. Some professionals shared ideas on how it could be done effectively. Do you think that employees crave this type of direction? Or would they find it limiting or offensive to be told what they can and can’t do on social media? What industries or types of organizations would it be appropriate for?

Please share your thoughts and join our weekly discussions by posting here on the blog, on social media or on today’s video. Stay tuned for another question next week! Please subscribe to the weekly question on the BraudCast YouTube Channel to participate.

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