Maneuvering through the legalities of your social media practices can be daunting. The Minneapolis Department of Employment and Economic Development has created a state-sponsored legal guide to social media for small businesses.
“A Legal Guide to the Use of Social Media in the Workplace” examines the evolving rules of social media and a company’s reputation, trade secrets and legal liability. To check out a Q&A with Minnesota attorney Michael Cohen, click here.
To view a free online version of “A Legal Guide to the Use of Social Media in the Workplace,” click here.
It is vital to understand state and national rules on social media as you are establishing and revising your pizzeria’s social media policies.
The Small Business Administration has covered social media policies extensively. Check out SBA’s How to Craft a Social Media Policy for Your Small Business.
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