PR panic | 'Creepy boss' post gets worker wrongly sacked - should HR police social media?

'Creepy boss' post gets worker wrongly sacked - should HR police social media?

The perilous relationship between workplaces and their employees’ social media use has been thrust into the spotlight once again, after a worker was wrongly sacked for sharing a Facebook post criticising her boss.

According to an employment tribunal, Damaris Trench was dismissed from Lincolnshire pub Trebles after sharing a post which described boss Himesh Patel as “creepy” and accused him of inappropriate behaviour towards female customers.

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