"The inclusion of social media in the National Labor Relations Act is intended to be an extension of..."

by - February 12, 2013

“The inclusion of social media in the National Labor Relations Act is intended to be an extension of protections that already existed. Many consider Facebook conversations to be a new form of “gossiping around the water cooler.” But to form a fair social media policy, the impact of an employee’s statement must be considered, said Bill Greeves, CIO of Wake County, N.C. “You have to differentiate between what is doing harm to the brand or to the image of your organization compared to somebody who is venting without any consequence. Employees have to have a certain level of responsibility,” Greeves said.”



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