Social Media Risks, Rules, Policies & Procedures:
Best Practices to Minimize Risks, Manage Behavior & Maximize Compliance
From Twitter and Facebook to blogs and smartphones, employees' access to social media-and employers' exposure to potentially costly and protracted risks-is greater than ever. Whether responding to customer inquiries via Twitter, networking on LinkedIn, or promoting business services on YouTube, employees' ever-growing social media use dramatically increases organizations' exposure to workplace lawsuits, regulatory violations, security breaches, mismanaged business records, productivity drains, PR nightmares, and other risks that can cost your company millions. This program focuses on social media risks, rules, policies, and procedures. You'll gain a clear understanding of the social media risks facing your organization -and how a best-practices-based policy and compliance management program can help mitigate risks, maximize compliance, and manage records, use, and content.
Don't let online slip-ups blemish your corporate reputation, damage customer relations, or sink your career. Regardless of whether your company currently has a social media presence, best practices call for the establishment of acceptable use policies governing what employees (and ex-employees) may (and may not) post on business and personal social media sites.
This session does not focus on building brands or promoting products via Facebook or Twitter. This program focuses solely on why and how organizations must act immediately to manage social media risks and rules. As an added bonus, you will leave this session with a comprehensive social media risk and compliance management toolkit-everything you need to develop & implement an effective social media policy program for your organization.
To learn more, see our Social Media Rules Seminar/Webinar Brochure
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