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28 Mar
Pranks in the Workplace

April Fool’s Day is almost upon us. While a bit of levity in the workplace can help to improve employee camaraderie and morale, workplace pranks can sometimes go too far, resulting in serious consequences for both employers and...

14 Dec
CAN YOU SUE OVER A BAD REVIEW?

Navigating customer feedback in the social media age can be a minefield. A single tweet from reality television star Kylie Jenner declaring that she was no longer using the social media app Snapchat caused its stock price to...

10 Dec
COVID-19 AND THE TEMPORARY LAY OFF OF EMPLOYEES

The outbreak of the Covid-19 coronavirus has presented new challenges for employers. Many businesses are already feeling the crunch due to supply chain issues, decreased demand for their goods or services or other issues relating to Covid-19. Although...

10 Dec
#CANCELLED? SOCIAL MEDIA AND EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE

Recent months have seen an upswing in both social unrest and social media use. In countries like the United States it has become commonplace to see offensive social media posts or behaviour ‘go viral’ with an outpouring of...

08 Jun
Working from Home after Covid-19 – What Employers Need to Know

This Article first appeared in the Sunday 7th June, 2020 edition of the Trinidad Business Guardian. The Covid-19 pandemic and resulting restrictions on the operation of non-essential businesses pushed many employers into implementing temporary working from home arrangements in...