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Are Your Opinions Really Your Own?
  • Publication Date:
    July 2012

Requiring disclaimers on employees' social-media posts codifies a lack of trust and doesn't resolve issues of accountability, argues HR blogger Lance Haun. Companies must either get comfortable with employees having an Internet presence tied to the company, train them to be better at what they do online, or allow zero work-related posting.

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