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Just wondering how HR in your agency is using social media, Web 2.0? What are benefits/drawbacks you see? Any problems with managers checking up on employees/applicants to see what they are up to outside of work?
We haven’t really caught on to using social media for HR yet. However, our mission areas are very adept at using social media to keep the public informed. Agencies like the Coast Guard, FEMA, TSA, and others do a great job in connecting using Twitter, Facebook, Blogs, and other social media. We are just now experimenting with social media internally using Sharepoint with our employees.
We are considering utilizing more Social Media in our efforts to connect to students (potential Interns) through university Career Services websites and offices. I guess what I’d like to know – to pile onto your question … For any agenices doing this already – please share your “lessons learned” and successes. If agencies can collaborate to succeed – this is a “win – win” for everyone.
Thank you, Julie, for initiating this Discussion!
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