Policy: Social Media Policy
The rise of social media, both for personal and professional use, means that you face many risks as an employer. Social media requires strict control and careful monitoring to minimise the risk of legal liability.
This 4-page policy applies to any personal post that an employee makes in relation to your company or anyone within the company. It creates guidelines around which you may have grounds to discipline an employee for publishing something online that may defame an employee of your business or the business itself. To complete this template, replace the red text with the relevant information and customise to your situation and workplace. Add your company logo and ensure that you train current employees in any changes to your policies and educate new employees on all your workplace policies. Keep a record of this training.
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