TITLE

Personal Blog and Online Posting Policy for Employees

PUB. DATE
July 2010
SOURCE
Personal Blog & Online Posting Policy for Employees;7/1/2010, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Report
DOC. TYPE
Form
ABSTRACT
Chances are, your company's employees are using the internet to post personal content, either at work or on their own time. But when an employee's personal opinions are online for the world to see, they could leave your company at risk. Use Nolo's Personal Blog and Online Posting Policy and Acknowledgment Form to: establish guidelines for online posting, acknowledge employees' rights to personal expression online, inform employees that they may not use company resources for personal online activities, and create an acknowledgment form for employees to sign.
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