Ep 19 – Facebook Privacy at Work with Aliah Wright
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My list of social media termination timeline is one of my most popular blog posts of all time. And with Facebook’s new Facebook at Work product that just launched in beta, it’s something that will continue to be at the forefront of managers and business leaders minds. This week the Facebook at Work app is available for download in the app stores but only for a select few companies. Social media is still a huge hot button when it comes to workplace privacy. Social media and sites like Facebook are also a great place to communicate. I recently tried to go on a Facebook hiatus that only last 3 days. I rely on Facebook for my work conversations and communications. It was crazy!
EPISODE 19: WORKPLACE FACEBOOK PRIVACY WITH ALIAH WRIGHT (@1SHRMSCRIBE)
Aliah Wright is the author of A Necessary Evil: Managing Employee Activity on Facebook, LinkedIn and the Hundreds of Other Social Media Sites. She joined this Workology Podcast episode and shared resources on how to best use social media at work and how to set your employees up for success. Aliah mentions that less companies are banning access to social networks at work and moving towards creating solid social media workplace use policies as well as providing employee training.
Aliah’s book has a lot of great insights and information. She shared with us one of her favorite social media policies which was WalMart’s. I’ve included a link to their policy in the resources listed below. We talked about how all social media not just Facebook at Work will continue to be an ongoing concern, topic and issue for employers and HR folks. Listen in the podcast to get some great insights and tips into how and why people are using social media. You can connect with Aliah Wright on LinkedIn.
- Facebook at Work ~ CIO Magzine
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