Social networking is changing the way work gets done. Company leaders are now having to decide how much time online is too much, what should and should not be shared, and what strategies are best for using social networking effectively.
ERC's report on social networkers in the workplace explains how social networking is affecting the way work gets done, reshaping ideas about transparency and confidentiality, and even altering attitudes about the type of conduct that is acceptable in the workplace.
This webcast discusses the findings of the National Business Ethics Survey for Social Networkers.
Nick Fetzer, Assistant Director, Program Development, Ethics Resource Center
Ingrid Fredeen, J.D., Vice President, Ethical Leadership Group, NAVEX Global
Andrea Falcione, JD, CCEP, Managing Director, Risk Assurance, PwC