In Smith v Trafford Housing Trust the High Court concluded despite an employee's Facebook profile identifying himself as a manager of the employer and being accessible by "friends" and "friends of friends", including 45 colleagues, it was a medium for personal or social, rather than work-related, information and views.
What does THT stand for?
THT stands for Trafford Housing Trust (UK)
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- The Himalayan Times (Nepal)
- The Honorary Title (band)
- The Hosting Tool (web hosting software)
- The Human Touch
- Through Hole Technology
- Token Holding Time/Timer
- Toronto Hydro Telecom (Toronto, Canada)
- Toshiba Home Technology (Japan)
- Total Hockey Technology
- Town Hall Theater (various locations)
- Transfer Heat Tank
- Trompenaars Hampden-Turner (various locations)
- Tunnel Hill Trolls (mountain biking group; UK)
- Tasmanian History Teachers' Association (Australia)
- Tobago Hotel and Tourism Association
- The Horse that Bud Bought (Galactic Cowboys album)
- Taiwan Hospitality and Tourism College (Hualien, Taiwan)
- The Hemp Trading Company (clothing)
- The Hospitality and Tourism College (Durban; South Africa)
- Too High to Count (bacteria count)
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A fellow employee of the Trafford Housing Trust posted back "Does this mean you don't approve
Adrian Smith lost his managerial position, had his salary cut by 40 percent, and was given a final written warning by Trafford Housing Trust (THT) after he posted on Facebook that hosting gay weddings in churches were "an equality too far".
Adrian Smith, 55, lost his managerial position, had his salary cut by 40% and was given a final written warning by Trafford Housing Trust (THT) after posting that gay weddings in churches were "an equality too far".
Two of Orchard's clients will explain how they have successfully implemented these solutions: Trafford Housing Trust will discuss how they approached the process of building up and capturing their budgets and how they successfully implemented Orchard's Collaborative Planning application, whilst Saxon Weald will discuss how they can now capture data and move it around their organisation electronically, removing repetitive input and recording.