It is legally enforceable for employers to implement phone bans during work hours and breaching of such bans may possibly result in certain ramifications. However, do such policies indeed improve workplace safety and boost productivity?
Employers reserve the right to take action against employees for inappropriate use of social media
Deleting a colleague on Facebook will constitute bullying under federal workplace relations legislation
AIMG BQ Pty Ltd was running an unlawful intern program and underpaid two workers over $18,000
FWC recently made anti-bullying orders arising from an ‘un-friending’ on Facebook and other workplace conduct.
Following a decision by the workplace tribunal, Australian workplaces are being pushed to revise their social media policies
The decision also highlights challenges for employers when managing the conduct of their employees on social media.
Has there really been a change in how we approach privacy or how the law is enforced?