Clear policies and training needed for social media, says Peacock

Clear corporate policies and training are the key to making sure recruiters and employers, and their employees, do not fall foul of legal issues relating to use of social media at work, Sarah Peacock, employment partner at solicitors Blake Lapthorn, tells Recruiter.

Thu, 10 May 2012
Clear corporate policies and training are the key to making sure recruiters and employers, and their employees, do not fall foul of legal issues relating to use of social media at work, Sarah Peacock, employment partner at solicitors Blake Lapthorn, tells Recruiter.

Peacock notes that “the boundary between work-life and private-life...

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