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Social Media Dismissal - Case Update
There has been a recent, and rather interesting, decision involving a dismissal for gross misconduct due to social media usage.
UK
1 Sep 2015
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LinkedIn Contacts: Stop Ex-Employees From Soliciting Your Clients
David Israel offers solutions to businesses worried that staff will take their customers to a competitor
UK
9 Dec 2014
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When Is It OK For Employers To Monitor Employee’s Social Media Profiles?
With recent advances in technology, the boundary between an employee’s personal and work life has become blurred.
UK
26 Sep 2014
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Social Media: Friend Or Foe?
For the modern retailer the opportunities arising from social media extend beyond its use for marketing and advertising.
UK
19 Sep 2014
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#Changethelaw – Social Media In The Legal World
Twitter and social media now play a significant role in the day to day work of law firms across the UK.
UK
20 Jun 2014
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Leaving A Digital Legacy In Your Will
The Law Society published a press release encouraging testators to leave a list of their online accounts, such as email, banking and social networking sites.
UK
12 May 2014
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What Happens To My Digital Assets After Death?
Many service providers’ standard terms and conditions stipulate that data will be automatically terminated on death.
UK
14 Mar 2014
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The Long Arm Of The Law: How Social Media And P2P File-Sharing Are Not 'Untouchable'
The behaviour of those using social media sites and online P2P file-sharing sites often gives the impression that they assume themselves to be 'untouchable' by law or regulation.
UK
29 Oct 2012
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Misconduct And Facebook – Facebook Fights, Human Rights, What's Not Alright?
The flow of Facebook cases continues unabated with employees' desire to get themselves into trouble at work with inappropriate postings seemingly unabated.
UK
3 May 2012
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Social Media - An Employer's Guide
For the modern business the opportunities arising from social media in recruitment, business development and employee management seem endless.
UK
17 Oct 2011
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Social Media And Unfair Dismissal: Choose Your Facebook "Friends" Wisely!
Avid followers of our employment law e-bulletin will well remember the barmaid who, in a moment of folly, decided to vent her feelings about some Wetherspoon's regulars on Facebook (case report on JD Wetherspoon PLC v Miss K C Preece in April 11).
UK
5 Oct 2011
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