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With more and more employees using Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and so on, conflict between employer and employees is on the rise.

A steady trickle of cases has been brought to the employment tribunal where employees have alleged that they have been unfairly dismissed for their use of social media.

Dismissals have typically occurred because an employee has posted information that has openly criticised the organisation or has damaged the reputation of the organisation in some way.

Can such dismissals be fair?

This month’s Croner Solutions report focuses on this issue and takes a look at how to set clear standards for employees.

IoIC members can download the October report for FREE here
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    Head of membership at CIPD and former IoIC board member Oli Howard has recently joined our impressive list of internal communicators who have received Fellowships. Here, he shares some valuable...
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    Our latest IoIC Fellow Joanna Parsons, head of internal communications & culture with teamwork, discusses overcoming a case of imposter syndrome, being a “silo surfer” and the impact...
  • 14th June 2022
    After over 20 years of working in internal comms, Jo Bland, head of strategic engagement and internal communications at NHS Digital, has received a Fellowship in the profession. She tells us why...
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