Social Media and the Workplace – What Standards can you Insist on in Relation to Social Media in the Workplace?Posted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 2 June 2023
Christine: But first things first, we've got a little bit of work for you guys today. If we can have a look at some of the polls. We've got Maria in the background doing all the technical stuff thankfully, so we don't have to. So, let's have a look at the polls there, Maria.
So, the first one, "Does your organisation have a social media policy?" You can click yes or no.
Social media was one of the first topics that Seamus talked about back in 2017, which it must have been a completely different world back then for social media. You can't really imagine everyone debating a sports presenter tweeting back in 2017.
So, 74% of people have said yes, they have a social media policy. That's
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