Is Travelers thinking about selling Twitter insurance?
One in eight adults surveyed said they share information about their professional lives on social networking sites. A little less than a third said it’s OK to post information about their employer as long as it’s true.
“An employee could inadvertently post confidential information that could cause irreparable harm to a business,” Kathy Swendsen, president of Travelers Global Technology, said in the company’s press release.
Travelers recommends developing a social networking policy and communicating it to employees.