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Bosses are banning Employee Blogs

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I suppose it was only a matter of time. Bosses are considering putting specific provisions in employment contracts that could regulate what you put in your private blog or even prevent you from blogging at all, according to a new book.

“Employers are now considering including specific blogging provisions in employment contracts,” the authors write in Uses of Blogs, a book to be published later this year.”Some employers have even taken the steps to ensure that employment contracts disallow employees from blogging at all.”

You can read more about it at ABC News Online.

Written May 4th, 2006 by | Filed under: Miscellaneous Blog Tips

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Bosses are banning Employee Blogs

I suppose it was only a matter of time. Bosses are considering putting specific provisions in employment contracts that could regulate what you put in your private blog or even prevent you from blogging at all.

“Employers are now considering including specific blogging provisions in employment contracts,” the authors write in Uses of Blogs, a book to be published later this year.”Some employers have even taken the steps to ensure that employment contracts disallow employees from blogging at all.”

You can read more about it at ABC News Online.

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Written May 4th, 2006 by | 7 Comments | Filed under: Blog Tips, Business Tips ,

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