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Online Reputation Attacks by Former Employees: Important Guidance by Defamation Lawyer Yair Cohen Defamation Solicitor

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Many former employees who turn to the internet to air their dissatisfaction about the practices of their former company do so because they feel bitterness and outrage, not necessarily about the economic decision that made them redundant, but rather because of the handing of the redundancy by the company and the evasive manner in which the unfortunate news was communicated to them.

How to effectively communicate to employees important changes such as redundancy…

Best practice incorporates the company’s reputation management policy into any process of redundancy. Otherwise the company should accept short and long-term loses in revenue following online reputation attacks by former employees.

Read in full BEST PRACTICE to help you avoid online reputation attacks on Defamation lawyer website.

By Yair Cohen

Defamation Lawyer

Defamation Lawyer Internet Law Centre

Internet Law Centre.

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1 Comment

  1. philip whettingsteel says:

    Yair, you’re a great and honourable guy, but unfortunately because of what has happened to me on the dreaded internet I still can’t afford you yet, but thanks for the emails.

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