ELM TV EXCLUSIVE – We are reminded in this video by Stephen Booth that if something is too good to be true, it probably is. A look at where companies are being liable for things within their supply chain and how to watch out you don’t get caught as an accessory.
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.
Read several specific social media posts that have made the headlines in this article by Lisa Qiu, as well as what lessons should be considered when employers are looking to terminate an employee over personal social media posts.