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Social Media and the NFP Workplace Webinar

Training from Not-for-profit Law - Justice Connect 

Social media is an increasingly vital communication and marketing tool for not-for-profit community organisations. It can be a great way for your organisation to promote its cause and services, and to communicate with your community cheaply and quickly. However, the use of social media also poses reputational and legal risks to your organisation and its employees and volunteers. The immediate impact and global reach of social media can make it difficult for your organisation to control information online.

In this webinar, guest presenters from Russell Kennedy Lawyers will walk you through the key legal risks associated with use of social media by your organisation, your workers and how to manage those risks.

What we’ll cover:

  • Social media and inappropriate workplace behaviours, in particular, bullying and harassment
  • The role of social media in workplace investigations and dismissals
  • Defamation and privacy considerations
  • Managing social media use in your NFP
  • Top tips and further resources

What you’ll receive:

  • Copy of webinar recording and slide presentation
  • Opportunity to submit questions
  • Information on further resources and support

Suitable for: Anyone involved in running a community organisation

Cost: $25 + Eventbrite booking fee

Details of how to access the webinar will be sent prior to the webinar.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017
12:45pm - 2:00pm

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