FROM THE HR EXPERTS AT HR SPECIALIST
Social Media for HR Professionals
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     Hear a Free 90-Second Social Media for HR Professionals Clip
From Speakers Jennifer McClure
and Cynthia Gibson:

 

Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn have had a major impact on the way people interact and communicate.  And as an HR professional, it’s up to you to understand and set rules for these social media technologies in the workplace.

Unfortunately, the impact is not always positive.  Improper use of social media at work can damage morale … hurt productivity … and even expose your company to a lawsuit. And that’s all the more reason you need to be aware of both the opportunities and the pitfalls of social media.

That’s why The HR Specialist has teamed a leading HR social media expert with a top employment attorney to give you the full picture on how this communications revolution affects your workplace – and your work.  Introducing Social Media for HR Professionals.

HR Tips and Strategies from a
“Social Media Addict”

Social Media for HR Professionals will acquaint you with the tools of social media and explain how those tools should (and should NOT) be used in the workplace. You’ll discover how to successfully employ social media while managing the legal risks.

Presenter Jennifer McClure combines her 20 years of HR experience with her knowledge of social media – she’s a self-described social-media “addict” – to help you navigate this brave new world.  She’s joined by attorney Cynthia Gibson – an expert in employment law matters, and a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources.

Whether you’re a Twitter devotee or new to the game … a Facebook aficionado or a beginner … this insightful webinar will help you formulate policies, train your staff, recruit top talent and more. We’ll discuss:

  • What Social Media/Web 2.0 is
  • How HR can benefit
  • The difference between profession-based and “pure” social networks
  • Using social media in recruiting, career development and employment branding
  • Three internal legal risks of social media
  • Three external legal risks of social media
  • Analyzing how your employees use social media
  • Developing a social media policy for your workplace
  • And much more!
Make sure you’re getting everything you should out of social media – while not getting in hot water. Get your copy of Social Media for HR Professionals today!

Sincerely,



Pat DiDomenico
Editorial Director, HR Specialist

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About the Speakers:
Jennifer McClure
is a vice president at the recruitment and coaching firm Centennial, Inc.  Before joining Centennial, she spent 20 years leading HR activities at Fortune 500 companies, as well as start-up firms.  Jennifer consults with business leaders in the area of talent management, and writes and speaks frequently on HR and social media.

Cynthia Gibson is a partner with Katz, Teller, Brant and Hild, leading the firm’s employment law practice.  She represents employers in connection with all employment-related matters.  Cynthia is a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certified by the Human Resources Certification Institute, and recently presented at two national conferences for the Society for Human Resource Management.
 
Credit Hours:
HRCI
This event has been approved for 1.25 credit hours toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). 

Who should listen:
  • Executives
  • HR professionals
  • Supervisors and managers
  • Business owners

Pricing Options:
Audio recording (CD or mp3 with presentation materials) only $197

This event is sponsored by:
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