Posted on 19/04/2016 by Jo Hodge
There has been a lot of recent negative coverage for charities in the media and many individuals are sharing their first-hand experience and opinions via social media.
More than ever, charities need to be in a position to respond immediately, but they need to have guidelines on how their employees should be using social media to represent the organisation.
Our latest HR Breakfast Seminar focused on social media in the workplace.
Our guest speaker, discussed the key issues surrounding personal use of social media in charities, offering practical guidance.
James has specialised in employment law since 1995.James is a recommended lawyer in two categories in the latest Legal 500 directory.
His particular professional specialisms are:
- Helping employers resolve crisis situations
- Managing large scale redundancy exercises
- Advising on complexity of TUPE consultation and indemnities
- Defending complex tribunal litigation
He is currently a Governor of the Royal Hospital School, Holbrook and sits as a member of London First’s Employment and Skills Advisory Group and the Skills London/Capital Talent Sub-Group.
You can view the slides from the event here: