Timothy Singhel Legal News: Three HR Tips For Facebook Management In Workplace

Nashville, TN, USA, 02/08/2016 /SubmitPressRelease123/

Timothy Singhel has just released three essential components required to draft a comprehensive Social Media Policy for the workplace, and the information included in this informative resource is proving extremely valuable to HR Managers. As part of an ongoing educational series on the NLRA (National Labor Relations Act), Attorney Timothy Singhel has provided Human Resource Managers with an efficient strategy to manage the use of Facebook and Twitter within the work place.  The complete resource guide on how to develop a comprehensive Social Media Policy is set for release March 18, 2016 – free of charge for HR Managers.

Timothy Singhel says “employers use social media in a variety of ways.  Some examples include, disseminating important information about the company, screening potential employees, monitoring current employees and obtaining information about competitors or customers.  Engaging in these activities absent any policy or analysis of the legality of such practices is fraught with peril. All of these topics and more are covered in the free Social Media Policy Resource Guide set for release in March.” 

Timothy Singhel has provided advice and counsel to national, and international companies, as well as not for profit organizations, ranging in size from small and closely held family businesses and organizations to Fortune 100 companies on all aspects of employment law, wage and hour law, traditional labor law, and benefits compliance as well as international transactions, mergers and acquisitions due diligence, intellectual property/trade secrets, corporate compliance, unfair competition, and privacy law.

If you would like to know more about the upcoming resource guide on how to draft a social media policy for your office please visit Timothy Singhel Linkend.

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