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Avoiding a tribunal claim: Managing social media

Social media is everywhere these days, be it at home, on the train and of course very often in the workplace.

The key platforms as you will no doubt be aware are Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. The personal nature of these pages allow the user to share news, gossip, photo and video, no matter how inane or mundane. A profile can be restricted to being seen by family and friends, or alternatively be open to the general public.

Many professionals view social media as a tool to be utilised for progression of their professional goals, this in particular relates to LinkedIn. However problems can arise for employers where individuals make comments on their personal pages in the mistaken belief that no one from work will see them. The consequences for such mistakes can range from the relatively mild to the outright catastrophic.

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A Tweet Too Far: Twitter and Unfair Dismissal

Catching up with one of the more interesting and highly pertinent cases reported just before the festive break, we consider this week the growing amount of social media related gross misconduct dismissals. Clearly such dismissals will only be set to increase over the coming years, parallel to use of social media itself, so this really is an area where having some knowledge of the current case law landscape will be increasingly invaluable to both employers and employees.

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Managing Social Media Professionally

Social media is everywhere these days, be it at home, on the train and of course very often in the workplace.

The key platforms as you will no doubt be aware are Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. The personal nature of these pages allow the user to share news, gossip, photo and video, no matter how inane or mundane. A profile can be restricted to being seen by family and friends, or alternatively be open to the general public.

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