It’s great that employers are releasing social media policies, to encourage and guide employees to use these social media technologies responsibly.
Most people find social media fun, exciting, new and cutting edge and that’s why they want to use it.
However the problem with many policies is that they end up being informative, yet long and quite boring to read.
So hats off to the Department of Justice, Victoria for presenting their social media policy in such an energetic and dynamic way. This is a great way to get the message across to employees and to prevent a social media policy from ending up in a pile with other important documents.
Teachers may be able to use this presentation in lessons dealing with cyber responsibility and a digital footprint.
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