In this episode, you’ll learn about social media and free speech at work, including:-
· dismissal following social media posts
· protected beliefs under the Equality Act
· how to deal with complaints about speech outside of work
Daniel discusses the topic with Gus Baker from Outer Temple Chambers.
This podcast is supported by didlaw and by Recruitment HR and by the HR Inner Circle (the UK's leading community for smart, ambitious HR Professionals).
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