Please weigh in: Should companies have a social media policy for employees?

By Gerard Braud

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There is an abundance of human resource policies out there in the corporate world, but is your company or organization really covering the pressing issues that social media can raise? With today’s communications running at the speed of Twitter, your employees could present a reputation and revenue damaging crisis for your organization in just 140 characters.

The question we are posing this week for crisis communications, corporate communications, and public relations experts is, “Should companies have a social media policy for employees?”

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