Most of us now have access to the internet 24/7 no matter where we go or what we should really be doing with that time. And that includes your employees.
You want employees to spread the word on social media about your great products or services, but you don’t want an employee to say the wrong thing and spark a public relations crisis.
You want your employees to work hard and be productive, but you don’t want to micro manage how they spend every single working moment.
You want to be known as a great place to work, but you don’t want your employees to take every grievance with management to the court of public opinion.
How should your HR policies address these issues? What do you tell your employees about their use of the internet, email, and social media while working for your organization?