Social Media at Work: Managers Guide - eLearning Course

  • 3 Months Access
  • 9 Units
  • 50 Minutes

£14.95 (+VAT) per learner

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From Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to blogs, vlogs and YouTube, the use and misuse of social media by employees has serious implications for organisations in areas such as data protection, reputation management, cyber-bullying and defamation. This course provides employers with a comprehensive toolkit for managing staff use of social media.

Introduction

The growing use of social media has wide-ranging implications for the workplace. While it’s true that there are huge benefits to our highly connected society, its darker sides are also starting to be felt in areas such as data protection, freedom of speech, online defamation, time theft, cyber-bullying and the invasion of privacy- all of which pose significant risks for businesses and organisations.

Did you know that:

  • Millions of people in the UK now have a Facebook account?
  • 55% of workers confess to using social media sites for personal reasons while at work?
  • Misuse of social media by workers is believed to cost Britain’s economy £14 billion every year in ‘lost time’?

This learning resource from Skill Boosters examines the challenges and risks that social media and social networking tools pose for employers, looks at the law on virtual communication and provides guidance for employers on how to manage social media use in the workplace.

Learning Outcomes

This course will give a better understanding of:

  • common social media platforms and social networking tools
  • how and why people use social media
  • the key risks posed to employers and businesses by social media use and misuse
  • the law and ethics relating to social media
  • different ways of managing social media use in the workplace
  • how to draw up and implement a workplace social media policy

Course Matter Experts

  • Alexandra Worden – Partner, Eversheds LLP
  • Yair Cohen – Social Media Lawyer, Internet Law Experts Solicitors

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Total Price: £14.95

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