Nearly Half of Companies Have No Social Networking Policy

One of the issues we'll discuss in my webinar next Wednesday is the increasing impact of social networking (SN) on the workplace. According to the brand-new survey by the Proskauer International Labor & Employment Group, 45% of employers still do not have SN policies – despite my (and others') near-constant urging to do so. Some other fascinating facts: 76% of companies now use SN for business purposes 55% believe that it is advantageous for employers to allow SN use for business purposes but disadvantageous to allow SN for non-business purposes Only 44% of policies cover both SN use at work and outside work 43% have experienced employee misuse of SN 31% have disciplined employees for SN misuse 29% block employee SN access 27% monitor employee SN use 25% ban SN use for non-business purposes If you're among the 45% that haven't adopted a SN policy, you're in luck. Click here for our FREE sample social media policy, provided by the fine folks at McGuire Woods. As always, please keep our official disclaimer in mind. Click here for the full survey results, including a handy guide to SN law around the world.

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