Digital Workplace in Digital Economy

The digital workplace has added new complexity to employment and safety issues such as managing workforce risk and employee surveillance.


It has also surfaced unique challenges like cyber bullying and remote worker discrimination (sometimes known as remote work bias).

As best practice in this space evolves, you need lawyers who can help you map the risks and obligations of the digital workplace, while helping your workers thrive. Our Workplace Relations, Employment and Safety Practice Group has deep subject matter experience in this evolving area of law and complex issues such as:

  • Drafting and reviewing anti-bullying policies.
  • Managing the risks of remote working and hybrid working models.
  • Managing privacy concerns, including handling sensitive employee information.
  • Drafting and reviewing psychosocial risk assessments.
  • Electronic surveillance policies.
  • Compliance-culture building.

Case studies

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