social media, drugs and alcohol seminar, London
Following our recent survey, which attracted responses from over
270 organisations, we were pleased to announce the launch of our
seminars which considered the practical and legal concerns raised
by the use of social media, drugs and alcohol on organisations. It
has been widely documented that the trend towards monitoring and
dealing with issues arising from that usage has been on the
increase for a number of years and that was supported by many of
those who responded to our survey. Consequently, the debate around
how best to deal with this in the workplace continues.
Those organisations that completed the survey were sent a bound
hard copy of the full report along with the offer of one free place
at one of our seminars. An executive summary of our survey findings
was available to all attendees on the day.
The seminars were held in Oxford on Thursday 26 April, Southampton on
Thursday 3 May and Portsmouth on Thursday 10 May.
Sarah Peacock - How organisations are dealing with issues
that cross work-life and private-life boundaries: what our
Oliver Weiss - Minding your own business: the social media
dilemma - when does your private life become a work
||Short comfort break
John Mitchell - When does safety require
an employer to take action?
Tim Forer - know your
limits: employment issues arising from the misues of alcohol
||Q&A followed by refreshments and networking
Before, during and after the events, delegates were able to follow
our discussions on Twitter using #SMDASeminars.
33 St John's Lane
Wednesday 23 May 2012
4.00 pm - 7.00 pm
£50 plus VAT
One free place for organisations who completed the survey
If you would like further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.