Handbook for bloggers

I know I mentioned this in yesterday's blog, but I believe this is too an important document to end up lower down the pecking order than a fairly humerous article on Britney Spears! I realise that nearly everyone who probably reads my blog and is blogrolled on it are unlikely to call themselves 'cyber-dissidents', but most blog anonymously and all are probably painfully aware of how employers can treat employees bloggers: see for example, Digital Citizens: The blogger . The main thing is if you believe in freedom of expression and a commitment to objectivity then this is for YOU. See Handbook for bloggers and cyber-dissidents by Reporters Without Borders.

One more work-related blog to add: Blues and twos - police and law blog - a range of police employees (UK). Other work-related articles...

Bad manners with mobiles winds up work colleagues - A survey of more than 5,000 workers, carried out by YouGov and commissioned by T-Mobile, reveals that 61% of respondents admitted to practising bad “mobile manners” such as leaving phones switched on and answering calls in meetings (Dan Thomas, Personnel Today).

Sick leave shame of one in five employees - More than one in five UK employees who took sick leave in the past year admit they could have gone into work if they had really wanted or needed to (Dan Thomas, Personnel Today).

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