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Toil & Trouble: when employees sound off on social media

GazeBurt director Shelley Eden reflects on the latest employment law news.

GazeBurt director Shelley Eden speaks with Dita De Boni.

Dita De Boni Fri, 01 Jul 2022

When is an employee entitled to sound off on social media – and when is that employee risking disciplinary action?

That's the guts of an argument raised in the employment court in a case determined June 23, after a palliative care nurse was summarily dismissed for posting what her employer

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