NLRB nightmare or a platform to foster employee engagement?

It’s exciting to hear that #SHRM15 was one of the top trending hashtags yesterday. The SHRM conference in Las Vegas is hosting 15k+ HR professionals, from early career to senior level roles.

Yesterday, these professionals were posting, liking, re-tweeting and blogging their personal opinions and content of interest. Any concerns? While some posts may have been questionable, all interaction was welcomed and embraced in this “professional community”.

Does your company offer a platform for your employees to engage in the social media realm to post blogs, share inspiration or leadership points? I would like to hear why/why not.

What do your policies say that supports or does not support this activity?

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