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Social Media and Employment Law: An International Survey

Edited by: Anders Etgen Etgen Reitz, Jan Rudolph, Philip M. Berkowitz

ISBN13: 9789041147684
Published: September 2015
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £120.00



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In the last few years, social media has become the primary way of communicating, not only among friends and colleagues but also between employers and employees and between companies and consumers.

For employers, the phenomenon offers great opportunities, but also concomitant dangers due primarily to use of social media by employees and employees’ representatives. Written in the context of employment laws as well as privacy laws, this book surveys the state of the law in over thirty key jurisdictions, including most of the developed countries of Europe, Asia, and North America and major developing countries worldwide.

The publication arose from a seminar prepared by the editors and others at which it was clearly identified that internationally operating employers need a comprehensive and user-friendly multinational summary on employment and labour law questions arising in connection with the use of social media. The book is divided into country chapters, each written by a known local specialist.

In order to easily ‘navigate’ through the issues for each country, the chapters follow a uniform structure, covering the applicable statutory regimes, case law, useful checklists, and recommendations. Among the issues and topics dealt with are the following:-

  • employees’ entitlement to use social media at the workplace;
  • whether employers can require the use of social media by employees;
  • right of employers to monitor employees’ use of social media outside the workplace;
  • employers’ potential liability for employees’ misuse of social media;
  • right of employee representatives to use employers’ equipment for social media purposes;
  • employers’ remedies against misuse of social media by employees and employee representatives;
  • development and drafting of a social media policy; and
  • role of social media in employer–employee disputes.
No other publication exists providing interested parties with a practical and strategic guide to legal issues affecting the use of social media in the workplace. With its easy-to-use country-by-country format and its expert recommendations, this unique resource will prove itself as an incomparable handbook for lawyers, human resources professionals, and in-house counsel advising or working for internationally operating businesses.

Subjects:
Employment Law
Contents:
CHAPTER 1 Argentina María Alexia Aurelio
CHAPTER 2 Australia Richard Bunting
CHAPTER 3 Belgium Marga Caproni & Filip Saelens
CHAPTER 4 Brazil Solon de Almeida Cunha & Caroline Marchi
CHAPTER 5 Canada Patrick L. Benaroche
CHAPTER 6 Chile Paulina Miranda
CHAPTER 7 China Junlu Jiang & Shan Jin
CHAPTER 8 Czech Republic Lenka Velvarská & Jaroslava Trojanová
CHAPTER 9 Denmark Anders Etgen Reitz
CHAPTER 10 Finland Sanna Alku, Suvi Kettunen & Otto Markkanen
CHAPTER 11 France Caroline André-Hesse & Jean-Charles Moriceau
CHAPTER 12 Germany Jan Rudolph, Ingemar Kartheuser & Annika Juds
CHAPTER 13 Greece Effie Mitsopoulou
CHAPTER 14 India Preetha S & Vikram Shroff
CHAPTER 15 Ireland Ronnie Neville
CHAPTER 16 Israel Ofer Ravid & Revital Shprung-Levy
CHAPTER 17 Italy Roberto Ferrario & Paolo Provenzali
CHAPTER 18 Japan Hironobu Tsukamoto & Oki Mori
CHAPTER 19 Mexico Oscar De la Vega & Rodrigo Espiritu Santo Raba
CHAPTER 20 The Netherlands Soo-ja Schijf & Ester Damen
CHAPTER 21 New Zealand Jennifer Mills & Anthony Harper
CHAPTER 22 Norway Kari Gimmingsrud
CHAPTER 23 Poland Aleksandra Minkowicz-Flanek
CHAPTER 24 Portugal César Sá Esteves, Maria de Lancastre Valente & Filipe Madeira da Silva
CHAPTER 25 Russia Irina Anyukhina
CHAPTER 26 Singapore Pradeep Kumar Singh
CHAPTER 27 Slovakia Tomáš Rybár & Jana Cernáková
CHAPTER 28 South Africa Claire Gaul
CHAPTER 29 Spain Iván Suárez Telletxea
CHAPTER 30 Sweden Paula Hogéus & Emmy Falck
CHAPTER 31 Switzerland Ueli Sommer & Christoph Stutz
CHAPTER 32 United Arab Emirates Rebecca Ford, Harriet Balloch & Kellie Blyth
CHAPTER 33 United Kingdom
CHAPTER 34 United States Phillip L. Gordon, Esq., and Jordan Cornett, Esq.