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April 23, 2012

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When you expect you're employees to dedicate so much of their lives to you, it;s essential that you care about their health and well being too

@Gerry: This would certainly make sense, wouldn't it?

You hire employees to resenpert your company. Hire well and treat them well.You don't need a specific policy on Social Media. You need to address what employees can and can't say about your company to the public. Social media is just a vehicle for communication. This falls under two categories: confidential information and reputation.Confidential information easy. NO.Reputation make it clear that employees are expected to resenpert the best interests of the company at all times.Ultimately, you can't really stop people from talking.So hire well and treat people well.

@Maurice: I see your point, but I still think it's best to spell things out so that they're not left open to interpretation.

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