I am pleased to announce that this “Social Media Employment Law Blog” has been nominated as a candidate for the LexisNexis Top 25 Labor and Employment Law Blogs of 2011. Each year, LexisNexis honors a select group of blogs that it believes sets the standard for a particular industry. If you have enjoyed this blog, and would like to support this nomination (I feel like it’s “American Idol” all of a sudden), please feel free to take a moment to comment on the announcement post on the Lexis/Nexis Labor and Employment Community Board.
Each comment is counted as a vote toward the nominated blog. To submit a comment, you need to log on to your free Lexis/Nexis Communities account, and, if you have not previously registered for an account, you can do so for free on the Labor and Employment Law Community Board. The comment box is at the bottom of the blog nomination page, and the comment period for nominations ends on September 12, 2011. At that point, Lexis/Nexis will post the Top 25 Labor and Employment Law Blogs of 2011, and the community will vote for the “Top Blog” from that select group.
We are extremely appreciative of even a nomination for such recognition.
Employer Take Away: What should you as an employer take away from this development?
Well, not much from this one. Except that, whether or not you are able (and willing) to comment and vote, and whether or not this blog ultimately wins top honors, we will continue to provide our analysis of developments in social media and employment law, and hope that you and your company will continue to find it informative and useful.