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KPMG, Apple, BrewDog: How should HR handle a media storm?

Several private companies have found themselves at the eye of their own media storms this year as employees have taken to the press or social media to air concerns about company culture.

What to do about employees’ offensive social media posts

Following England’s disappointing Euro 2020 final defeat, social media has seen a torrent of racial abuse aimed at Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka. This has been accompanied by a growing...

Euro 2020 online abuse leads to calls for employer involvement

The result of last night’s (11 July) Euro 2021 final has led to a significant increase in racist and hateful comments on social media that are being traced back to the commenters’ employers.

Employees unaware of messaging app security risks

A third (33%) of employees have sent customer information via new communication platforms, suggesting a lack of awareness of security risks, research finds

Shami Chakrabarti: HR must find a sensible social media policy

Employers must find an effective balance when it comes to social media policy, the Labour MP and former director of advocacy group Liberty Shami Chakrabarti has urged

Half of workers think they're being monitored by bosses

Workers worry bosses will use surveillance data to set unfair targets, micromanage them and take away autonomy