The Do’s and don’ts of social media in the workplace. The temptation of social media has been the cause of job losses for many. In terms of Employment Law, the use of social media networks such as Facebook and Twitter it is not illegal to use them during work hours, however you should check your company policy to make sure you’re not breaking any rules. Of course, if you don’t adhere to this policy, action may be taken and you may lose your job. This infographic details what to do and what not to do, so you can be sure you’re making the correct decisions when posting your status or tweeting your views.
If you have experienced any of the issues in this infographic and feel you have been mistreated unfairly at work through, harassment, workplace bullying or conflicts with your contract then you should speak to our Employment Law Solicitors. EAD Solicitors employment law solicitors are experienced with many areas of employment law including, discrimination, equal pay and zero hour contracts so whatever employment dispute you have we are here to assist you. We call it ‘legal made personal’.
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