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APS Update: Our guide to the guide - on social media behaviour
These new APSC guidelines aim to clarify the expectations of Commonwealth public servants' behaviour on social media.
Australia
22 Aug 2017
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New school technology, old school principles: process still fundamental in social media age
Despite the crude statement on Facebook, the Fair Work Commission found that the termination was harsh and unreasonable.
Australia
2 May 2017
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Playing by the rules: the law of social media competitions and promotions
Online competitions or promotions could inadvertently expose businesses to financial penalties and reputational damage.
Australia
2 May 2017
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CU LAB: Bullying on employers' social media - who's responsible?
Michael Byrnes explains how and why an employer's social media activities could be a bullying or WHS issue for employees.
Australia
30 Nov 2016
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Don't fear the Christmas cheer: making work parties fun and safe
Managing the risk from a Christmas function doesn't mean that you dismiss anything that may generate fun and good cheer.
Australia
29 Nov 2016
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Licensed to Blog - Internet Discussion Sites (IDSs) and Australian Financial Services Licences
ASIC monitors IDSs closely and is empowered to act against Australian IDSs who do not comply with their obligations.
Australia
28 Nov 2016
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Customer feedback accounts on social media: Are employers actively facilitating abuse of their own employees?
An employer can't regulate social media, but it can be responsible when the posts or tweets are to the official account.
Australia
4 Oct 2016
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#PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad?#auspol employees on social media
APS employers are taking an employee's political activity out of hours into account when making a termination decision.
Australia
7 Mar 2016
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Social media misconduct and the right to reinstatement
Misconduct on social media might not justify dismissal, but it could prevent an employee's reinstatement.
Australia
23 Feb 2016
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CU LAB: Someone has hijacked my social media account! What should I do?
This video provides some tips of what you could do if your social media account has been hacked.
Australia
13 Jan 2016
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Social media and bullying in the workplace: To friend or not to friend, that is the question!
A recent FWC decision is widely reported to have found that deleting a colleague on Facebook could constitute bullying.
Australia
6 Oct 2015
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Paying the price for posting provocative personal photos on social media
An attempt at revenge porn led to a successful claim of breach of confidence and a monetary damages award to the victim.
Australia
26 Feb 2015
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Winner! Tips to assist making your online competition a success
These five tips will ensure your social media competition complies with the law and protects your company from liability.
Australia
9 Feb 2015
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Are your employees' LinkedIn connections your trade secrets?
While it's unclear if LinkedIn connections are trade secrets, employers should ensure their security from ex-employees.
Australia
26 Jul 2014
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Social media policy legitimate for protection of employer interests
Workplace policies and procedures have been widely adopted to prescribe acceptable standards of conduct for employees.
Australia
27 Jan 2014
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Employees' Facebook posts out of work hours can put them out of work for good
An employee's opinions could become a disciplinary matter if they damage the employer or destroy his confidence in them.
Australia
25 Dec 2013
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Social media trade promotions: be aware of the legal issues
Social media trade promotions must comply with the usual law on trade promotions - and also laws unique to social media.
Australia
29 Sep 2013
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Court can't handle me: Flo Rida finds the flaw in Facebook service
Courts will require more background information before service by social media, and this might be difficult to obtain.
Australia
24 Sep 2013
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Employee dismissed for soliciting employer's clients through LinkedIn
An employee's social media postings can be incompatible with the duties that the employee owes to his or her employer.
Australia
23 Aug 2013
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Employee connects on LinkedIn, gets disconnected from job
Some employees wrongly believe that no matter what they post on social media, it has nothing to do with their employers.
Australia
21 Aug 2013
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