What if an employee expresses their own personal opinions on social media which goes against the employer’s values? (5 key learnings)

Employees on Social Media

Guest blogger, Jonathan Mamaril, Director of NB Lawyers, dives into a case involving the ACTU (Australian Council of Trade Unions). A worthwhile read for organisations especially in industries and spaces where the public position on social issues is integral.

Professional Development – The Cornerstone Of Being Competitive In Your Chosen Field

Without question the need for being top of your game in a competitive world boil down to keeping up with your peers with knowledge and know how. Achieving this can come through on the job exposure however, the thrust of personal and professional development provides an essential edge. It’s simply not enough to rest on […]

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