Cos. Lack Social Media Harassment Policies, Survey Finds

Law360, New York (May 30, 2013, 9:45 PM EDT) -- Employers are underprepared when it comes to dealing with harassment complaints tied to social media use and not enough companies have specific policies in place that tackle social media-related harassment, according to survey results released recently by NAVEX Global.

The apparent lack of preparation for dealing with social media issues comes at a time when companies should be expecting a continued rise in social media-related complaints, according to ethics and compliance solutions provider NAVEX.

"I am still floored and shocked with how few employers are actively preparing their organizations to manage social media risks," Ingrid Fredeen, vice president of NAVEX Global's...

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