This webinar will discuss in detail how social media has changed the workplace forever. It will be discussed how companies can best leverage this technology to enhance productivity, sales, communication and hiring. Opportunities for businesses and how workers can better connect to each other and the organization's goals, share information, and collaborate projects will be discussed.
A review of who is using social media in the workplace will be shared. What industries are currently engaged in social media and how they are using this technology will be reviewed. Discussion on how employers are controlling this media and what guidelines they are providing to their employees will be covered.
Using social media to facilitate the hiring process will be discussed. The instructor will review different social media sites that have proven to be effective in accessing qualified candidates. Legal issues will be discussed regarding what information can be obtained and what information is protected and should not be used though social media. How to avoid adverse employment action by using social media information will be discussed. Background checks dos and don’t using social media will be covered.
Why you should attend
: Social media use in the workplace has become a fact of life for employers and continues to grow. Companies are looking at social media as another tool to develop business, enhance communication and train employees. This technology is proving to have many benefits to business. As social media technology continues to change and grow in use, companies will need to consider strategies to leverage its use in the workplace.
Areas Covered In the Session:
Who will benefit:
- How social media has changed how companies conduct business
- Industries best suited to bring social media into their workforce
- How to use social media for recruitment and hiring
- How to use social media to engage your workforce
- How supervisors should use social media
- Harassment and social media, what risks are involved
- Guidance on how to police or not social media sites
- How companies can best prepare when introducing social media into the workplace
- HR Directors
- HR Managers
- Managers & Supervisors
- Business Owners