Browsing: Privacy (47 items)

Webcast: Managing social media misconduct

Whether it's 'keyboard warriors', online bullying/harassment, #metoo allegations, disparaging remarks or political views, employees' social media activity can give employers plenty to be concerned about. Watch this webcast to understand how this area interacts with employers' legal rights and responsibilities.



Q&A: Returning to workplaces

Many employers are now preparing or transitioning back to workplaces, and this has given rise to questions around managing employee pushback, safety obligations and liabilities, long-term flexibility, and more. Here, an employment lawyer answers some key questions.



Webcast: Coronavirus and the workplace Q&A

The coronavirus pandemic is posing many completely new HR challenges for employers. In this webcast, HR Law practice group leader Kristin Ramsey answers employers' most pressing questions about their responsibilities and obligations.


Webcast: Coronavirus and the workplace Q&A

The coronavirus pandemic is posing many completely new HR challenges for employers. In this webcast, HR Law practice group leader Kristin Ramsey answers employers' most pressing questions about their responsibilities and obligations.


Employee loses appeal over secret recording

A Fair Work Commission full bench has affirmed that an employee's secret recording of a disciplinary meeting should not be admitted as evidence in his unfair dismissal dispute.


Demoted employee "well aware" he was being filmed

An employer that used CCTV footage as the basis for disciplinary action did not breach the worker's privacy in the process, a tribunal has found, noting he was "well aware" he was being filmed, and of how the footage might be used.





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