The Truth is Out There - But is it on Facebook?

Posted in : HR Updates on 14 March 2011
Nicola Shaw
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Nicola Shaw writes:

Please do not misinterpret the title of this month’s blog as an indication that I am a sci-fi fan. Not at all. Let me repeat; not at all! 

Within our HR roles, we are well aware of the importance of taking into consideration the perception of others i.e. it is not the intention behind the action or word that matters, but rather, how it is perceived by the audience. 

Is this the Same with Facebook?

For those readers who attended Sophie Irwin’s session at the 2010 Annual Review of Employment Law, you’ll be well aware of the perils of social networking and its potential impact in the workplace. My thoughts on this hot topic are coming from the perspective of us, the

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