Date: Thursday December 1st 2016
Time: 10.00am - 1.00pm
Venue: Dunston Innovation Centre, Chesterfield S41 8NG
The massive growth in social media offers forward thinking businesses with marketing, recruitment and employee engagement opportunities. However, it has also presented employers with challenges to deal with including misconduct, breaches of discrimination law, harassment, confidentiality, a loss of productivity and damage to your reputation.
Please join us for a free Employment Law and HR briefing on how you can protect your business against an employee’s use of social media and avoid making the wrong decision which could result in a costly Employment Tribunal claim.
The workshop will be presented by Kelly Pashley-Handford, HR Manager and Philip McCabe, Solicitor and Head of Employment Law.
The briefing will focus on:
• Ownership of social media/business contacts
• Bullying and harassment
• Loss of productivity
• Disclosure of confidential information
• Damage to the employer’s reputation
• Human rights/monitoring online activity
• Social Media policies
This informal briefing is for anyone who has to manage staff and will provide an excellent opportunity to meet, share ideas and discuss with others from a variety of industries the HR and legal issues that arise in managing employees’ professional and personal use of social media.
This workshop is organised by Chesterfield Borough Council's Innovation Support Project in partnership with Destination Chesterfield.
Support for these workshops has been received from the European Regional Development Fund.
Limited places are available for this event, so early booking is essential. For more information email Lydia Gregson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Philip McCabe at philip.mccabe@SpencersSolicitors.com.