We've been discussing social media in relation to employees and employers and coming out of the now tedious mess that is the Israel Folau case.
You can look at our article from SBA Legal Solutions HERE.
While we may all look on at the case with our popcorn in hand, SBA recommends that all organisations assess their social media policies to ensure that they are transparent. They should also make sure employees are aware of the policies and ensure that the company's brand is not damaged by random tweets and facebook updates.
This advice has been confirmed by a number of law firms discussing and considering the high-profile case.
This article from Surry Partners helps outline the importance of this issue.
Our partners at SBA Legal, we can help you put together a social media policy and work with your HR to ensure all your employees are aware of that policy and why you have it in place.