social media, drugs and alcohol seminar, Southampton
Following our recent survey, which attracted responses from over
270 organisations, we were pleased to announce the launch of our
seminars which will consider 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 will be 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 will be available to all attendees on the day.
The seminars will also be held in Oxford on Thursday 26
April, Portsmouth on Thursday 10 May and London on Wednesday 23
May. You will have the option to select your preferred location
when you click to register.
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, you will be able to follow our
discussions on Twitter using #SMDASeminars. Do join in.
New Kings Court
Thursday 3 May 2012
4.00 pm - 7.00 pm
£50 plus VAT
One free place for organisations who completed the survey
If you would like to attend please click the register button
below. If you cannot attend this time but you or your colleagues
would like to attend future events please let us know by emailing
email@example.com and we will
retain your details on our mailing list.
To ensure you secure a place we recommend you register early.
Please note that, even if you are entitled to a free place, you
still need to register.
Upon acceptance, an invoice will be prepared and issued. Payment
can be made either by cheque or by credit card. To make payment by
credit card once the invoice has been received, please contact a
member of credit control on 023 9222 1122.
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subsequently find that they are unable to attend. We therefore
provide the following guidance.
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prior to the event, we will provide a full refund or offer a
transfer of credit for another event.
If you notify the events team of your cancellation less than one
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event. When this need arises we are committed to taking positive
steps to alert you to the cancellation as soon as possible.