Remember when the internet used to be fun? I do. That’s why I joined Pinterest.
But then I read a ton of articles about HR and how it should monitor Pinterest. What? No!
Besides, Pinterest is doing a good enough job creating too many damn rules and privacy exclusions. They don’t need help from a recruiter or HR Generalist.
So I created a board called Human Resources Should Stay the Hell Off Pinterest with the goal of blogging about the risk of being too risk-adverse.
Source: i.imgur.com via Laurie on Pinterest
But Pinterest is so crazy popular that I don’t need to blog about it. Everyone is finding the board and leaving comments on other sites like Twitter.
Best #Pinterest board ever for #HR & #Recruiting by @lruettimann -> “Human Resources Should Stay Off Pinterest” bit.ly/A2rfXa
— Jennifer McClure (@JenniferMcClure) March 9, 2012
@DavidBThomas @pinterest @lruettimann awesome!
— Trish (@Dayngr) March 24, 2012
I have no idea why I would want to blog about a site that allows you to pin pictures to tell a story. That strategy sucked. I am a damn fool.
So here’s what I want to say.
- Stop the insanity. We need another social media policy like HR ladies need another Coach purse.
- I think Human Resources — and stuffy employment lawyers — should stop seeing every potential new social media site as a risk.
Life is a risk. Then you die. In the meantime, you pin.
Source: sofuckingcool.tumblr.com via The Starr on Pinterest