Blogging Policies Still To Be Defined By 85% Of Employers
85% of employers have yet to define blogging policies for their employees, according to the Employment Law Alliance. As a fellow of the Society of New Communications Research I am participating in the best practices committee’s work on blogging policy best practices. I think these numbers show the needs of employers for blogging policy guidance.
Thanks to Son of a pitch for the article.
Posted by stephenbackbone at February 20, 2006 5:44 PM
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The survey data are interesting and I'm glad to see a concerted effort to address this question. I work primarily with nonprofit and government agencies where blogs are still a new, untested idea for the most part. The corporate experience is reassuring, yet the environment that these types of agencies operate in (eg, more and various types of stakeholders and accountability issues) raise the question of how the corporate experience would translate. Do you or other readers have some data or examples from either of these sectors on prevalence, practices or lessons learned?
Posted by: Craig Lefebvre at February 21, 2006 5:20 PM