employee privacy


Using Social Media To Check Out A Potential Employee

  • September 3, 2013

It’s a whole new world of recruiting with the advent of so many social media sites. People lay out their personal and professional lives on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and every day new sites are popping up. While it is tempting to research a potential job candidate’s social media…


SocioSecure.com – Create A Social Media Policy

  • April 18, 2011

SocioSecure.comWhen people socialize on sites such as Facebook, they have to be careful not to go against the privacy policies of their employers. And that is nowhere as easy as it seems. It is easy to lose perspective when interacting on a setting like Facebook, when the barriers that would keep one from talking about certain things all but disappear. One might end up disclosing things he would never have disclosed any other way. And that is why services such as this one are around.

SocioSecure.com stands as a self-governed application that lets employees monitor their social media activity themselves, and ensure that all of their actions within social networking sites are complying with corporate policy.

This is easily done, as the employer is the one defining the policy that the employee should abide by. He will use a generator built with industry-specific best business practices, and everything will come together pretty quickly. And once the policy has been created, then implementing it (and tracking its overall effectiveness) is something that can be done in a truly easy way.

As a result, employees do not have to compromise their privacy and employers can safeguard confidential information. And the whole social experience is not lessened or slighted in any way or the other.

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