contracts; information governance; social media; workplace exposures

Civil War Cannon FireingWith a click of a button, a former employee can communicate to a large audience of connections made during his career. Such communications often involve the former employee enticing co-workers or customers to follow them to the new employer. If left unrestricted, a former employee’s social media use can damage the former employer’s customer and employee relationships. To protect relationships with employees and customers, employers should include a social media provision in their non-solicitation agreements.
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