Companies across America will be celebrating Safety Week this week, May 1-5, 2017. While a commitment to safety must extend beyond one week, participating in Safety Week activities is a great way to refocus and reenergize your commitment to reducing injuries in your organization.
The purpose of Safety Week is to:
- Thank employees for supporting safety and recognizing their efforts to be injury free
- Increase awareness of the importance of being committed to safety every day.
- Inspire all companies to share best practices and to work together to strength overall safety culture.
- Celebrate the need to be injury free.
- Conduct on-site safety awareness activities to support education.
Thursday May 11, 2017
Small Business Success Webinar- Managing Social Media in the Workplace
What are your employees really saying?
Social media has become such a huge part of our culture, that it is no surprise social media has an impact on the workplace. Even if you aren’t active on social media, it is likely that your employees are. As an employer, it’s not just sites like Facebook and Twitter you need to be worried about. There are also employer review websites like Glassdoor.com where employees share their experiences.
This webinar will help you address some of the questions and concerns many business leaders have regarding social media such as:
- Do I really need a social media policy for my employees? (Spoiler: the answer is YES!)
- Should I allow employees to use social media at work?
- How can I learn what my employees are saying about my company?
- Can I control what employees post about our company?
- Can I discipline or terminate an employee for what they say about me online?
We hope you will join us!
The webinar will take place on Thursday May 11, 2017 from 11:00am-12:00pm.