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CIPD - Social Networking and HR

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Social Networking and HR Presentation for CIPD Event - 4.01.10

Social Networking and HR Presentation for CIPD Event - 4.01.10

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  • 1. :: SOCIAL NETWORKING
  • 2. :: THOUGHTS FOR HR :: SOCIAL NETWORKING :: IDEAS FOR L & D
  • 3. A Human Resources policy related to social networking should be designed to protect the company’s image, trade secrets, clients, and staff. A policy on Social Networking should be written to address legitimate business concerns , such as the dissemination of confidential information or the bullying and harassment of co-workers. It should not attempt to control an employee’s private life and off-duty activities that have no affect on the company.
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    • Some important points to address in a social networking policy:
    • Confidentiality
    • Company email addresses
    • Access to employee profiles 
    • Co-worker information 
    • Harassment 
    • Image
    • Social networking on work time
    • Disciplinary action
  • 5. :: RECRUITMENT
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  • 7. :: ON-LINE :: RECRUITMENT
  • 8. One of the challenges, says Richard Mound of IBM, is  meeting the expectations of the net gen and reconciling them with the more traditional ways of doing things.  CIPD January 2010
  • 9. :: LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT
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  • 15. DEVELOP POLICIES SOCIAL NETWORKING IS HERE INTERACT AND PROMOTE JOIN IN – IT’S NOT TOO SCARY!
  • 16. :: SOCIAL NETWORKING :: THOUGHTS FOR HR :: IDEAS FOR L & D
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