Having a clear Social Media Policy in place, which employees agree to abide by, provides an employer with extra confidence and control when disciplining an employee for a social media related matter.
Our Social Media Policy covers the pertinent issues and includes warning letters and termination procedure information. It is available for immediate download and comes to you as an editable Word doc that can be used over and over again.
A growing number of employers admit to accessing the Facebook profiles of job candidates to more intimately assess their application – is this a good idea?
In a recent case before the Fair Work Commission (FWC), Credit Corp Group’s adherence to the correct protocol for employee terminations made it easier for the FWC to conclude that the dismissal of Cameron Little was lawful. They followed this procedure.
Two recent court cases Bradford Pedley v IPMS Pty Ltd T/A peckvonhartel and Naiman Clarke Pty Ltd v Marianna Tuccia highlight the pitfalls of employers allowing employees to use social media without having clear guidelines in place.