Webinar: Drafting Social Media Policies - It's Easier Than You Think
Your comprehensive guide to establishing appropriate social media guidelines and policies for your organization.
When: 1:00 - 3:00 pm (EST) on February 26, 2013
If your organization is leveraging social media to build your brand, attract customers and meet business goals, you need to define the rules of engagement and equip employees to appropriately utilize this powerful tool.
At this live 2 hour webshop, you will learn how to craft social media, conduct frameworks and establish guidelines that are in-line with your business’ core values, specific vision and sector regulations.
Two expert speakers will walk you through the ins and outs of drafting social media policies and share best practices, to help you:
- Limit negative impacts on access, social media use, morale and productivity
- Explore jurisdictional legislation considerations and valuable precedents
- Gain tips to utilize social media in recruiting and selecting new employees
- Understand your privacy, human rights and legal obligations with respect to social media policies in the workplace
Speakers: Stuart Ducoffe, Co-Founder, e2r Solutions and Nicola Lewis, Human Resources Manager, RCM Technologies Canada Corp.
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Participate live online as it happens – right from your office, home or mobile device – with the ability to pose questions in real time. You will also get access to the recorded videos which you can listen or view at your convenience if interrupted.
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