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Social Media in the workplace continues to be a dominate topic for I/O practitioners. Most organizations have, or are trying to develop policies regarding the use of social media in the workplace, and some organizations embrace social media as a means of communication or advertising. However its usage is viewed, there are continual challenges that must be dealt with from legal and ethical perspectives.

For this assignment, do one of the following:

  • Find an article dealing with the use of social media in the workplace, either through the Capella Library or online from a reputable source that is applicable to either your current or prior workplace.
    • Share the link and explain why you selected this particular article. What ideas stood out to you? Where have you observed this before? Bring in personal experiences as appropriate.
  • Find a video online or in the Capella Library that deals with the topic of social media in the workplace.
    • Share the link to the video. What was it about the video that intrigued you and made you decide to share it in this discussion post? How might the information contained in this video be valuable to you as an I/O practitioner?
  • Explore a blog post or podcast episode that addresses the topic of social media in the workplace.
    • Share the link to the blog post of podcast and provide an overview of the main topics.
    • Why did you select this particular post or podcast to share in this discussion? Do you agree or disagree with their premise?
    • How does the content relate to your personal experiences with the use of social media in the workplace?
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