WHAT’S INSIDE
  • 41+ minutes of HD Video
TAUGHT BY
Eric Schwartzman
Eric Schwartzman
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Eric Schwartzman specializes in digital strategy, social media audits, social media policy development, social media compliance, social media marketing, search engine optimization and web development. Schwartzman founded iPRSoftware and is the author of the best selling social media marketing book “Social Marketing to the Business Customer,” the first book on business-to-business applications of social media.
Social Media Compliance Training

16+ videos on social media compliance best practices

This introductory social media compliance training course teaches you to comply with your corporate social media policy when you use social networks at work.

  • Minimize reckless conduct and demonstrate regard for the known risks of social media
  • Using social media without violating Federal, State and local laws
  • Using social media without comprising information security
  • Using social media without infringing on intellectual property rights
  • Free speech rights, anti-discrimination, online sexual harassment and more

Social Media Compliance Training for Employees Anytime, Anywhere
In the industrial age, organizations media trained their spokes people. Today, they’re social media training their entire workforce. Make access to social media contingent on social media compliance certification. Accessible via desktop or mobile.

Curriculum:
1
2:48
Overview
2
1:59
Introduction
3
2:22
Personal vs. Company Accounts
4
3:05
No Free Speech at Work
5
2:14
Confidentiality
6
3:00
Public vs. Private Information
7
1:24
Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
8
2:40
Legal Rights to Discuss Wages, Hours & Working Conditions
9
1:11
On Duty vs. Off Duty Conduct
10
3:17
Your Right to Privacy at Work
11
4:18
Physical Safety and Mobile Security
12
3:04
Safety and Security of Data
13
4:13
Copyright and Intellectual Property
14
5:29
Who is Responsible When There’s a Problem
15
0:54
Conclusion
Total Runtime: 41:28