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  • wu 2:44 pm on June 28, 2011 Permalink |
    Tags: criminal assaults, justice, prosser, wiunion, wtf   

    Did Scott Walker Crony Justice David Prosser Physically Assault a Female Justice This Week? | AlterNet 

    Details of the incident, investigated jointly by Wisconsin Public Radio and the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, remain sketchy. The sources spoke on the condition that they not be named, citing a need to preserve professional relationships.
    They say an argument that occurred before the court’s release of a decision upholding a bill to curtail the collective bargaining rights of public employees culminated in a physical altercation in the presence of other justices. Bradley purportedly asked Prosser to leave her office, whereupon Prosser grabbed Bradley by the neck with both hands.

    http://www.alternet.org/newsandviews/article/624727/did_scott_walker_crony_justice_david_prosser_physically_assault_a_female_justice_this_week/

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  • wu 1:28 am on June 21, 2011 Permalink |
    Tags: real time social media monitoring of employees,   

    Feds Okay Start-up That Monitors Employees’ Internet and Social Media Footprints – Kashmir Hill 

    “We recommend that companies inform their employees about this ongoing monitoring,” says Andrews. The company only provides monitoring services if a client has a social media policy set up with its employees. Most of the time, Social Intelligence is scanning the Web for employees’ disclosure of confidential or proprietary information, professional misconduct, or illegal activity. Andrews said though that monitoring does sometimes extend to looking to make sure an employee isn’t criticizing the company somewhere or getting into Internet fights with colleagues. (The company will not monitor ex-employees.)
    Why outsource this? For one, it can be hard to keep track of lots of employees. Plus Social Intelligence has proprietary technology for linking people with pseudonyms or online names they might use in place of the offline name known to their employer. For another, Social Intelligence can screen out information that an employer shouldn’t see — or risk discrimination charges — such as an employee’s religion or sexuality (depending on the state), before sending their report along.

    http://blogs.forbes.com/kashmirhill/2011/06/15/start-up-that-monitors-employees-internet-and-social-media-footprints-gets-gov-approval/

     
  • wu 1:21 am on June 19, 2011 Permalink |
    Tags: management, orm, , reputation, seo   

    Online Reputation Management is not just about SEO 

    Work out if SEO will help knock off the negative comments from the search results. To do this you need to analyse the sites that are coming up in the first page of search results. If they are well establish websites that have a good Page Rank and have been online for a number of years then you may need to focus your efforts else where (as listed below). This also includes “long tail” keywords as well. You could try and counter their posts by having your content appear on their competitors website but keep in mind the cost and the potential to aggravate the situation.
    Research the author of the article/post and see if she/he is of a character that is receptive to discussion or someone who will post your private conversation with them online without permission. If they are receptive then address their concerns and try to fix the problem ASAP. Always treat the person with upmost respect and never snub them or start being condescending.

    http://businessblogs.co.nz/2011/06/online-reputation-management-is-not-just-about-seo/

     
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