Falmouth Chamber Business Exchange Luncheon presents "Social Media: Workplace Risks & Benefits"

Michael Foley, Esq. to speak March 3rd

Learn how to overcome workplace challenges associated with employees’ social media use. Join the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce at its next Business Exchange Luncheon, hosted by Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub & Restaurant, 273 Main Street, Falmouth, Thursday, March 3, 2011 from 12:00pm -1:30pm. Guest speaker, Michael Foley, Esq., Foley & Foley PC, will present “Social Media: Workplace Risks & Benefits".

Board member, Michael Foley, will discuss the challenges of social media use, both inside and outside the workplace. He will outline the elements of an effective policy for social media use and define social web guiding principles for employers. Your social media profiles can be a harsh first impression or a great one to employers. Foley will discuss social media etiquette for job seekers as well as those whom represent companies, the employees.

Our Business Exchange Luncheon fee is only $15.00 for Falmouth Chamber members and $20.00 for non-members. To attend call the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce at 508-548-8500 or register and pay online in advance at www.falmouthchamber.com.  Make sure to bring your business cards, be prepared to introduce yourself to others, and be entered into a drawing to win a free lunch next month!

Learn from a professional how social media use, on and off the clock, can affect your business, while you network and socialize with business people, ask questions, and enjoy a delicious meal.

Courtesy of the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce.

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