Does your company have a blog? How about a blogging policy? My guess is that many of us would say yes to the first question, and no to the second. But just as there are myriad benefits to business blogging (see Debbie Weil's recent post at BlogWrite for CEOs for a few), there are also risks.
Law.com showcases a very practical "Blogging Code of Conduct," written by two employment lawyers, Marilyn Sneirson and Rosalia Niforatos. Their goal is to "help an employer balance the risks and rewards of personal and corporate blogs."
As they point out, having a blogging policy won't necessarily "stop Blogzillas from criticizing coworkers, taking stabs at the boss or revealing confidential information" but it will help ensure that your employees "know their limits when it comes to blogging[.]" It seems like a good idea to me.
Does your company have a blogging policy? If so, how has it gone over with your employees? If not, are you planning on implementing one in the near future?