Over the next few months CY4OR is speaking at the following events with a number of our clients:
HR Exchange – Social Media in the Workplace, Friend or Foe?
8th March, 8:40am to 11:30am
Oswaldtwistle Mills Conference Centre
The HR Exchange continues to grow as one of the North West’s leading HR forums with informative content and strong networking with like minded individuals. Keith Cottenden, Forensic Services Director at CY4OR, is contributing to this forum with a presentation on Social Media – the practical steps an employer can take to detect, investigate and establish employee misuse of company communication and IT systems with forensically robust evidence.
To register, please follow the link above or contact Sue Fleming at Taylors on 0844 8000 263, firstname.lastname@example.org
Berg Solicitors & CY4OR present an Employment Law Breakfast Workshop
Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin…managing the virtual world in our workplace
21st March, 8:30am to 10am
Garratt Suite, Museum of Science & Industry, Manchester
The virtual world provides businesses with many opportunities for communicating, advertising and selling. We can’t afford to ignore it, for fear of being “left behind”. However, as well as providing huge potential advantages, social networking can also expose businesses to the risk of reputational damage and cause HR issues.
To register, please follow the link above or contact Kate Cooper at Berg on 0161 833 9211, email@example.com
DLA Piper with guest speaker, CY4OR – Social Media in the Workplace
20th April, Manchester & 2nd May, London
DLA Piper, 101 Barbirolli Square, Manchester & DLA Piper, 3 Noble Street, London
This workshop aims to help businesses identify and address the workplace issues that arise and balance legal requirements with practical management. The workshop will identify and manage the wealth of workplace issues created by the rise of social media in the workplace. Alongside the new business opportunities this creates comes abuse and misuse. It is harder than ever to separate the professional and private lives of employees.
To register, please follow the link above or contact Rachel Cook at DLA Piper on 0161 235 4562, firstname.lastname@example.org