Defamation

Defamation in the workplace is a common occurrence. It can cast doubt on a person’s character and also result in the loss of promotions or bonuses. It will make the victim’s career chances tough in the future. With the assistance of a lawyer, it is critical to evaluate the proper way to show that defamation occurred.

Tips to prevent Defamation

  • Implement a policy on non-denigration and social media use, and notify all workers of its presence daily while making the requisite connections with policies on abuse prohibition and management, as well as policies on workplace civility.
  • Employees should be trained and educated on the correct and responsible use of social media, as well as the importance of honouring their duty to behave faithfully not only at work but also outside of it.
  • Revise policies and working environments to reflect technological advancements and consumers’ current preferred networks.
  • Maintain a close watch on both conventional and social media.
  • Document any defamatory condition as soon as possible.
  • Keep in mind that the employer is still obligated to refrain from defaming its employees.