Question of the week: Should companies have a social media policy for employees?

By Gerard Braud

This week and every week on the BraudCast YouTube Channel we are posing a question for corporate communicators and public relations experts. The question this week is, “Should companies have a social media policy for employees?” There are plenty of company policies regarding human resources and ethics, but is your company really covering the pressing issue of social media? In today’s fast paced communications running at the speed of Twitter, your employees could present a huge crisis for your organization in just 140 characters.

Please share your thoughts and join our weekly discussions by posting here on the blog, on social media or on today’s YouTube video. Later this week I am sharing your expert tips as well as my own opinion in another video. Please subscribe to the weekly question on the BraudCast YouTube Channel to participate.

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