ACAS guidance on social networking site use at work

ACAS has noted a recent increase in the demand for information on how to handle internet and email use at work.

In particular, how to deal with employee use of social networking sites that relates to employment matters.

Questions asked (and answered) in one of their latest bulletins include:

1) An employee has taken photographs at the company’s night out and posted them on a social networking site.

Some of her colleagues have come to me and complained, is there anything I can do as her employer?

2) Can an employer take disciplinary action for the use of social networking sites during work time?

3) My daughter has been dismissed because she wrote on her Facebook site that she did not like her employer and she couldn’t be bothered with them.

However she didn’t name her employer therefore does the employer have the right to dismiss her?

For all the answers see Scotland News - Issue 13.


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