5 reasons why you need a social media policy at work
13 April 2018
Workplace relations and safety
Social media is a big part of everyday life, with the potential to have both positive and negative impacts on individuals and businesses.
It’s important that all employers have a policy in place to manage any risk to their business by employee use of social media.
In this informative video, Partner Belinda Winter outlines the key things employers should consider when implementing an effective social media policy in the workplace.
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