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Would You Fire an Employee for a Social Media Post?

Would You Fire an Employee for a Social Media Post?

Should people be fired for social media posts? It's a complicated issue that seems like it's always in the news. In the latest episode of HR Party of One, I break down how HR teams can approach these situations—and what should you include in a fair social media policy.


How to Handle Social Media in the Workplace

Handling social media in the modern workplace is a complicated issue that more and more employers are facing as social platforms continue to dominate our culture. But, with some careful evaluation, you can figure out how to take on these challenges. 

By the end of our latest HR Party of One episode, viewers will have a better understanding of the possibilities and limitations of a fair approach to this complicated issue. Watch it below:

If you’d like to learn more about this and other industry updates, I recommend that you check out the BerniePortal blog.


Additional Company Culture Resources

Company culture isn’t built overnight. It also isn’t built on accident. Take a more meaningful approach to developing your culture by reviewing the following resources:

  1. What Company Culture Trends Should HR Know for 2021?
  2. Use an HRIS to Build a Strong Organizational Culture
  3. How to Establish a Meaningful Workplace Culture
  4. What is a Culture Guide?

2021 HR Calendar Call to Action

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