Stephen Booth of Coleman Greig clearly answers some important social media and the workplace questions in the lead up to the HR Law Masterclass. “It is very important to have a social media policy in place, which makes it plain that out-of-work and out-of-hours conduct which is relevant to the workplace is not merely a private matter,” he reminds all employers in this article.
ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – Are you up to date with the impacts on you as an employer of the Harmful Digital Communications Act in New Zealand? In this short video Bridget Smith reminds us why this Act is important and what workplace policies may need to follow as a result.
Highly regarded presenter and Partner at Norton Rose Fulbright, Helene Lee exclusively discusses the challenges of dealing with an underperforming employee. This practical interview gives readers some valuable considerations within performance management.
“It is important for employers to have a clear social media policy in place,” says Nathan Moy of Clayton Utz. “Training is an important foundation for effectively enforcing your social media policy.” This is a not to be missed read regarding social media in the workplace.
Having practised employment law for over 20 years now, Maree Skinner tells us in this exclusive how the scope of what employment lawyers do has changed. She highlights that HR teams are experiencing an increase in claims and difficulties with poor behaviour from employees.