Protect Your Company From Rogue Employees & Social Media Meltdowns

Posted by Emily Lange Rodecker on August 1, 2013

Your employees are often your greatest brand ambassadors. They know and love the company, they’re experienced with your products and/or services, and they probably have a personal network of friends, family and followers who value their opinion. So if they want to talk about your company on their social media channels, we say “Let them!”

But what can you do when employees who are disgruntled or less-than-passionate about their jobs go rogue and lash out on their social channels, or worse – the company’s social channels?

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Topics: bring your own social, Business, compliance, Compliance, employee privacy, employee rights, employees, rogue employees, secure social media, security, social media, social media policy, social media security

Let Them Post: Why You Should Allow Your Employees to Use Social Media at Work

Posted by Emily Lange Rodecker on January 24, 2013

You’ve jumped on the “Bring Your Own Device” bandwagon at the office – your employees are accessing company email on their personal devices, working remotely on their own laptops, taking company calls on their cell phones. It’s time to think about how social media fits into the picture. Are you also allowing your employees to “Bring Your Own Social” (BYOS)? Before you cry “Distraction! Information leaks! Inappropriate posts! Oh, the horror!” – remember this: your employees are smart. That’s why you hired them. Not to say that mistakes can’t happen, but Gremlin Social is here to help with ways your employees can BYOS to the business world while still being responsible to your brand.

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Topics: branding, bring your own device, bring your own social, Business, compliance, facebook, gremln, small business, social media, Social Media for Small Business, strategy, twitter business, twitter business tools

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