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SHRM Survey: More than Half of Employers Will Increase Social Media Outreach in 2012
Alexandria, Va. – In the next year, 55 percent of surveyed employers plan to increase their social media efforts, according to a survey released today by the Society for Human Resource Management.
The survey — “An Examination of How Social Media Is Embedded in Business Strategy and Operations” — found that 40 percent of organizations have a formal social media policy. More than half (56 percent) of social media policies include a statement regarding the organization’s right to monitor social media usage. Other common policy components include:
More than half (52 percent) of organizations include social media as part of their marketing strategies, and marketing staff in 35 percent of organizations lead social media activity.
“Right now, HR is often the go-to department for creating and enforcing social media policies,” said Mark J. Schmit, Ph.D., SPHR, vice president of research at SHRM. “As social media becomes more defined in business beyond marketing activities, HR’s role will continue to grow and evolve as well.”
Other key findings of the poll include:
The survey is fourth in a series looking at the role of social media for employers. The previous surveys can be found at http://www.shrm.org/surveys.
For more information, visit the research section of SHRM.org at http://www.shrm.org/surveys. Follow SHRM Research on Twitter @SHRM_Research.
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