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What can we do about a MySpace insult that started on an employee's page and wound up on ours?

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Our company has a MySpace page, to which all employees were invited to join. Soon after, one of our employees posted on his own MySpace page a derogatory comment about a co-worker. Naturally, that comment showed up on our MySpace page, and now the co-worker wants us to do something about it. But what? I'm at a loss about how or whether we can do anything. Suggestions?--Anonymous

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John August 4, 2009 at 6:04 pm

Thanks for pointing out that link, ManyHats.

In addition to that article, our sister web site, TheHRSpecialist.com, has published a very useful article on this topic, How to Draft a Social Networking Company Policy, that we’ve made available for free at http://www.theHRSpecialist.com/socialpolicy.


ManyHats August 4, 2009 at 4:29 pm

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