4 November 2020
The COVID crisis will lift sometime, but surveys of workers indicate that there will be a long-term shift towards remote and flexible e-working.
While ‘COVID fever’ may account for some temporary cyberbullying issues, whether by colleagues, ex-employees seeking revenge or cyber campaigners, there are longer-term changes that employers should be alert to.
Sean Nesbitt and Alex Stones outline those risks and how employers can protect their people, including internal actions, third-party involvement and the use of technology.
This article was first published in Employment Law Journal (October 2020) and is also available on lawjournals.co.uk.
by multiple authors
by Sean Nesbitt