Sharing our lives through social media, rather than living our lives on it
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How well connected you are used to be measured by the number of physical handshakes you made throughout your business life. Today your ‘social currency’ is your digital footprint.
How many digital connections, followers or friends have you accumulated through your social media platforms? Yes, platforms as in plural. It doesn’t count if you have a Facebook account to keep tabs on the kids and post photos of Sunday’s cafe breakfast!
The annual SHRM national conference is only days away now! As you get prepared to join us for #SHRM16, don’t forget to pack your favorite social media tool to bring along with you.
Human resources professionals have a new role in their workplaces—they are now the social architects of their organizations.
We often hear that our supervisors are our eyes and ears in helping to ensure legal compliance and minimize risk. This is true when it comes to social media, but only if supervisors receive training on what to do and what not to do. The do’s and don’ts of social media are not always intuitive. Here are ten of the more common mistakes that supervisors make in the absence of adequate training:
The International Data Corp. (IDC) predicts that by 2015, more Americans will surf the Internet from their mobile devices than from their PCs. This year, Nucleus Research foresees that half of all Internet traffic to career sites will come from mobile devices.
The Future of the Human Resource Profession
Presenter: Anna Tavis, Ph.D., HR People & Strategy (HRPS)
January 28, 2014 - 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT
Program length: 60 minutes