Social Media and Privacy in the Workplace

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We live in a technological age where social media is near unavoidable and it can greatly impact our lives for better or worse. As the popularity of social media has grown over the past decade, all employers have been essentially forced to consider the impact of social media on their employees’ roles at work.

In this paper, ‘Social Media and Privacy in the Workplace‘,  Alistair Macpherson (Director) and Nina Brewer (Lawyer) cover a range of issues, including:

  • the limitations facing employers and the extent to which employers may regulate social media in relation to their employees’ employment;
  • the extent to which employers may consider social media activity when making decisions about their employees’ employment;
  • the steps that employers can take to limit their exposure; and
  • considers what steps employers can consider taking to protect employees from cyber bullying.