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  • Employee Monitoring: How Far is Too Far?

    With the plethora of ways to monitor employee activities, employers are often unaware of where the line is drawn, legally speaking, on what is permissible by law and what is not. Curtis E. Smolar, Esq., outlined three different categories of monitoring activities.

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  • A report of the Acting General Counsel concerning social media cases.

    Employees’ Facebook Postings About Job Performance and Staffing Were Protected Concerted Activity - NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COUNSEL

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  • Six Social Media Trends for 2011

    It's The Integration Economy, Stupid. From Ford, to Dell, to Starbucks, to Jet Blue, and a host of other companies who have pioneered early uses of social media for business, 2011 will be the year these companies take a serious look at integrating social media, not only regionally but globally.

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  • 10 Social Media Commandments for Employers

    Here are 10 social networking commandments for employers. If followed, they will enable employees to enjoy social media without employer static and interference.

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  • Motivate with a Carrot, Not a Stick: More Reasons for Rewards

    What motivates employees well enough to make their employers successful? A 20-year study by the Gallup organization found four factors.

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