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1 Dec 2020
A new chairperson and four new commissioners have been appointed at the Equality and Human Rights Commission, the UK’s equality...
24 Nov 2020
Outsourced HR support franchise The HR Dept has apologised after one of its franchisees posted a graphic on social media...
12 Nov 2020
Employees are often ill-equipped to work at home and find it difficult to switch off. The result could be poor health and lower productivity, warns study.
30 Oct 2020
BBC journalists are no longer able to attend events that may be ‘controversial’, including demonstrations about LGBT issues or Black...
1 Oct 2020
Legal expert says BBC's new impartiality drive has lessons for businesses worried over brand damage from employees' posts.
21 Sep 2020
A Christian school assistant is taking her former employer to tribunal over claims she was sacked over Facebook posts in...
18 Aug 2020
Social media has grown in use exponentially since Facebook was launched 16 years ago, and so has the risk to...
11 Nov 2019
Two men sacked after sharing offensive material on WhatsApp lose their £300,000 claim against their former employer for wrongful dismissal.
11 Nov 2019
Allowing smartphones at work can affect productivity, but is an outright ban the answer?
28 Aug 2019
Google has released new workplace guidelines urging staff not to insult one another or make misleading comments about the company....
19 Aug 2019
As debate on politics and society heats up on Twitter and other platforms, HR needs to heed advice on how to handle social media posts that might cause reputational damage
31 Jul 2019
The Employment Appeal Tribunal recently found that Heathrow Airport was not liable for an employee’s racially offensive Facebook post. The...
16 Jul 2019
With traditional union membership in decline, employees are finding new ways to voice their opposition to corporate decisions, as shown...
10 May 2019
In the aftermath of Danny Baker's sacking from the BBC this week Kirsty Cooke investigates how employers should handle their employees’ use of social media.