WorkSmart, a part of the TUC and designed to help working people get more from work, has published some guidelines for people wishing to blog about their work (or mention it in passing) in the UK.
The basis for the article Blogging at Work is that there is a "lack of understanding and clear guidance from employers means that thousands of people in the UK are potentially putting their livelihoods at risk".
The guidelines take the follow directions:
What are the rules on blogging about work?
Can I avoid getting the sack for blogging about work?
Do any employers encourage blogging? Why?
If I am sacked for blogging, what are my rights?