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Social Media in the Workplace Around the World

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Social media around the world continues to evolve and so does the International Labor and Employment Group at Proskauer. For a third year, Proskauer and its global partners have conducted a survey of multinational businesses to learn how they are dealing with use of this new media in the workplace. Our third annual survey received… Continue Reading

ILG Blog Posting: Social Media Evolves

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Social media around the world continues to evolve and so does the International Labour Group at Proskauer.   For a second year in a row, Proskauer and its global partners have conducted a survey of multinational businesses to find out about how they are dealing with use of this new media in the workplace.  Our second… Continue Reading

Social Networks in the Workplace Around the World – L’utilisation des réseaux sociaux sur le lieu de travail : perspectives internationales comparées

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SURVEY – July 2011 The business world continues to witness the ongoing and rapid proliferation in the use of social media at work. This, in turn, has left companies (as well as the courts) grappling to figure out how or whether rules regarding workplace confidentiality, loyalty, privacy and monitoring apply to these new forums. Proskauer’s… Continue Reading