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Who Owns Work-Related Social Media?

Who owns the social media content created and maintained in the course of employment? Work product is traditionally the proprietary interest of the employer. But there’s something different about social media content.  A blog created by a company employee during company time on a company computer with a focus on the company’s products may be straightforward – … Continue Reading

BYOD Part 3: Costs & Risks of BYOD

As I set out in my previous blog posts, the demand for bringing your own device to work continues, and is largely driven by the many benefits of embracing BYOD. In this post, I set out some of the costs and risks of BYOD. INCREASED TECHNOLOGY COSTS: For every benefit to embracing BYOD, there is the other … Continue Reading

BYOD Part 2: Benefits of BYOD

As I set out in my last blog post, "Who is Demanding BYOD?", the demand for bringing your own device to work may come from all corners and levels of the company. In this post, I set out the benefits of BYOD.  Benefits: 1.      EMPLOYEE REQUESTS: The most obvious benefit to embracing BYOD is employee engagement and … Continue Reading

BYOD Part 1: Who is Demanding BYOD?

As employees increasingly demand to use their preferred electronic device in the workplace, employers are working through whether the “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) concept is a good idea, or an employee perk to ban for security and cost reasons. In my next few blog posts, I plan to explore the issue and take a look … Continue Reading

Working from Home: Legal Issues for Employers

Working from home, telecommuting, flexible hours, – whatever you call it, it is part of the Gen Y paradigm of focusing on work product rather than work process. In an information economy where so many workers are producing electronic written and graphic content rather than a physical product, many employees are pushing to work where they … Continue Reading
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