More Employers Creating Social Media Policies for the Workplace

, Corporate Counsel


As social media use continues to grow, more employers are writing dedicated social media polices, and many are also monitoring employee use of social media sites at work, according to a new survey.

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  • RD Legal Funding

    It is understandable that many employers would make sure they have a social media policy in place. The world has changed in the last few years because of social media and since then there has been societal adjustments to that phenomenon. Initially the power was not recognized but was the years went by, it became apparent and now employers are responding to that.

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