What should be included in an employee social media policy?

Every Monday morning of every week on the BraudCast YouTube Channel we are posing a question for corporate communicators and public relations experts. The question we want to hear your thoughts on is, “What should be included in an employee social media policy?”

There is an abundance of company policies regarding human resources and ethics at most organizations, but what about covering the pressing issue of social media? With today’s fast-paced media, running at the speed of Twitter, your employees could present a huge crisis for your organization in just 140 characters.

From a PR and social media standpoint, what should you include in your policies to protect the brand, reputation, and revenue of your company and of your executive?

We would love to hear your thoughts this week. Comment here and on our social media pages to join the discussion. Your answers may be featured in our follow-up video!

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