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Yttrandefrihet och lojalitetsplikt på kollisionskurs?

Pamp, Cornelia LU (2010) HARK13 20102
Department of Business Law
Abstract (Swedish)
Uppsatsen behandlar en frågeställning om fritidens gränser och dess eventuella arbetsrättsliga konsekvenser, med speciellt fokus på yttrande gjorda på fritiden och på Internet, samt som i princip inte är direkt kopplade till arbetsgivarens verksamhet. Finns det en risk att yttrandefriheten, skyddad genom grundlagarna kolliderar med lojalitetsplikten som följer av anställningsavtalet?
Internet spelar idag en betydande roll i människans liv, men det kan föra med sig konsekvenser som till en början inte var alldeles uppenbara. Uppsatsen beskriver problematiken och söker svar i domstolsavgörande, JO- och JK-beslut för att försöka analysera och slutligen konkludera ett handfast svar för vad som gäller angående yttranden på Internet gjorda på... (More)
Uppsatsen behandlar en frågeställning om fritidens gränser och dess eventuella arbetsrättsliga konsekvenser, med speciellt fokus på yttrande gjorda på fritiden och på Internet, samt som i princip inte är direkt kopplade till arbetsgivarens verksamhet. Finns det en risk att yttrandefriheten, skyddad genom grundlagarna kolliderar med lojalitetsplikten som följer av anställningsavtalet?
Internet spelar idag en betydande roll i människans liv, men det kan föra med sig konsekvenser som till en början inte var alldeles uppenbara. Uppsatsen beskriver problematiken och söker svar i domstolsavgörande, JO- och JK-beslut för att försöka analysera och slutligen konkludera ett handfast svar för vad som gäller angående yttranden på Internet gjorda på fritiden och i relation till anställningen. (Less)
Abstract
This essay deals with the limits of leisure time and its possible consequences in employment, which might follow according to existing regulation. This essay especially focuses on employees’ comments and statements done in leisure time, made online on the Internet and having no direct connection with the employer or the business. Is there any risk that the freedom of speech protected by the constitution does collide with the duty of loyalty according to the employment agreement?
The Internet does play an important role in people’s life today, and it can have consequences which might not have been clear and obvious at the beginning. This essay describes the problem at issue and seeks answers in court practice, recommendations from the... (More)
This essay deals with the limits of leisure time and its possible consequences in employment, which might follow according to existing regulation. This essay especially focuses on employees’ comments and statements done in leisure time, made online on the Internet and having no direct connection with the employer or the business. Is there any risk that the freedom of speech protected by the constitution does collide with the duty of loyalty according to the employment agreement?
The Internet does play an important role in people’s life today, and it can have consequences which might not have been clear and obvious at the beginning. This essay describes the problem at issue and seeks answers in court practice, recommendations from the Parliamentary Ombudsman, and from the Office of the Chancellor of Justice. This is done in order to analyse and finally be able to give a proper answer to what the legal situation is for statements and comments done in leisure time online in contrast to the employment. (Less)
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Pamp, Cornelia LU
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HARK13 20102
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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lojalitetsplikt, samarbetssvårigheter, yttrandefrihet, sociala medier, bloggar
language
Swedish
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1712378
date added to LUP
2010-11-15 16:11:06
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  abstract     = {This essay deals with the limits of leisure time and its possible consequences in employment, which might follow according to existing regulation. This essay especially focuses on employees’ comments and statements done in leisure time, made online on the Internet and having no direct connection with the employer or the business. Is there any risk that the freedom of speech protected by the constitution does collide with the duty of loyalty according to the employment agreement?
The Internet does play an important role in people’s life today, and it can have consequences which might not have been clear and obvious at the beginning. This essay describes the problem at issue and seeks answers in court practice, recommendations from the Parliamentary Ombudsman, and from the Office of the Chancellor of Justice. This is done in order to analyse and finally be able to give a proper answer to what the legal situation is for statements and comments done in leisure time online in contrast to the employment.},
  author       = {Pamp, Cornelia},
  keyword      = {lojalitetsplikt,samarbetssvårigheter,yttrandefrihet,sociala medier,bloggar},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Yttrandefrihet och lojalitetsplikt på kollisionskurs?},
  year         = {2010},
}