Challenges to social media protocols by employees fired for violating them are succeeding with increasing frequency.
To mitigate the risks of costly legal proceedings and damage to company morale and reputation, financial advisory firms drafting social media policies should make sure the process is a holistic endeavor that involves human resources, marketing and legal departments.
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