Tweeting on Thin Ice: Protecting your Company in the Social Media Age

Posted in : Webinar Recordings on 29 February 2024
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Issues covered: Explore the complex landscape of social media's influence on employer-employee dynamics.

Have you ever swiped on your social media to read a post that makes you squirm or cringe? What if it is connected to someone in your workplace? What if the post then goes viral?

You're not alone. In today's digital era, HR professionals and business leaders are often confronted with such challenging scenarios. Social media's impact is undeniable, both personally and professionally.

  • But what happens when an employee's misguided post about their workplace or colleagues become a crisis?
  • What if an employee, who has the statement ‘The opinions and thoughts expressed here are my own and do not represent the views or positions of my employer’, still posts inappropriate content – can you take

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