Social Media Policy Identity Prototypes
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Social Media Policy Identity Prototypes
Organizations must decide the extent to which they let employees engage with Social Media. What is the impact on the identities of individuals and organizations with respect to these policies?
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70% of Companies Ignore Customer Complaints on Twitter | Small ...

70% of Companies Ignore Customer Complaints on Twitter | Small ... | Social Media Policy Identity Prototypes | Scoop.it
Oct, 2011 by Jay Baer in Blog, Small Business Internet Marketing, Small Business Marketing, social crm, social listening, social media monitoring, social media operations, social media research, Social Media Staffing and Operations.
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Misuse of Social Media Won’t Always be Grounds for Summary Dismissal | social media | Jobsworth by Michael Scutt

Misuse of Social Media Won’t Always be Grounds for Summary Dismissal | social media | Jobsworth by Michael Scutt | Social Media Policy Identity Prototypes | Scoop.it
Employers need to have a usage policy for social media to guide employees on what is and is not acceptable, but they have to utilise the policy reasonably...
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Press Release: More perils for employees using social media

Press Release: More perils for employees using social media | Social Media Policy Identity Prototypes | Scoop.it
This time last year Harwood Andrews wrote about the perils of social media in the workplace.  Back then, many businesses had a limited understanding of how an employee’s private use of online social media sites could have an adverse effect on the ...
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The Proactive Organizational Social Strategy

The Proactive Organizational Social Strategy | Social Media Policy Identity Prototypes | Scoop.it
Social media is not only about likes and followers, but how organizations and individuals leverage these attributes to forge | on Twitter: @IanGertler...
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