June 2007
People Management;6/28/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 13, p48
This article discusses how to prevent employees from using of blogs and social networking sites to express their complaints with the company. According to the author, it is the responsibility of human resource teams to find the proper venue and forum for employees to raise concerns which should not interfere with their duties. The human resource team should also work with the public relations department to promote the company.


Related Articles

  • Tell it to HR: Your hair's too big and I don't like your aura.  // HR Specialist: New Jersey Employment Law;Oct2009, Vol. 4 Issue 10, p1 

    The article highlights the CareerBuilder survey on dealing with employee gripes about benefits and harassment in New Jersey. The survey of 2,600 Human Resources (HR) pros and hiring managers shows that executives need to handle some offbeat complaints. Moreover, the employees' gripes highlighted...

  • Can You Convert A Complainer?  // Successful Supervisor;May2014, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p5 

    A quiz concerning the way to give a positive influence to a constant complainer in a company is presented.

  • Monitoring Employee Behavior at All Levels. Flahardy, Cathleen // InsideCounsel;Nov2010, p45 

    The author contemplates on the need to monitor the behavior of employees in the U.S. at all levels. Topics discussed include the different employee experiences heard by the author from various sources including her niece who works at a fast food chain, the story of disabled employees in...

  • FYI.  // HR Specialist;Sep2009, Vol. 7 Issue 9, p8 

    The article highlights employees weird complaints on their co-workers in the U.S. Their complaints include their co-worker has big hair, is so polite and it is infuriating, and spent too much time caring for stray cats around the building. Other complaints include that their co-worker breathes...

  • Not Funny. Herskowitz, Elaine // HR Magazine;Sep2008, Vol. 53 Issue 9, p139 

    The article focuses on the need for managers to address offensive remarks and behaviors in the workplace. It cites that effective anti-harassment policies set forth a standard of prohibited conduct amounting to a violation of federal law. Also stressed is that managers should not wait for a...

  • on the web.  // Workforce Management;12/14/2009, Vol. 88 Issue 13, p4 

    Several blogs posted on the web site www.workforce.com are presented including one on recruitment through online social networks, one on workforce motivation and another on a litigation conference by ERISA.

  • Employers 'trust staff to use web responsibly.'. Phillips, Lucy // People Management;9/20/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 19, p11 

    The article offers information on a Web poll conducted by CIPD which states that the majority of employers trust their staff to do the right thing when it comes to blogging and using social networking sites such as Facebook. The poll has found that 40% of HR professionals trusted their employees...

  • The Dangers Of Social Networking Sites. Cain, Greg; Jones, Jennifer // New Zealand Management;Nov2008, Vol. 55 Issue 10, p59 

    The article discusses the negative effects of the use of social networking sites, such as Facebook and MySpace, on companies. It cites examples of cases that involve the use of the Internet, such as the case of an employee in the Alberta Public Service who was terminated by her employer due to...

  • Juggling Babies and Bytes. Andors, Alice // HR Magazine;Apr2011, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p92 

    The article shares how Ben Eubanks' blog, upstartHr, connected him with seasoned professionals who found his enthusiasm in human resources (HR) refreshing. He later became active at the Society for Human Resource Management in its North Alabama chapter. Eubanks and his wife used a blog to...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics