Make sure you’re up to date with the most current laws regarding social media in the workplace.
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Most people of working age have some kind of online presence. And the majority rarely miss a day of visiting a social media site — even while at work. This brings up a whole host of legal issues for employers. Some of the most critical issues include employer use of social media in internal investigations; whether employees’ use of social media can be restricted at work; discipline for usage off-duty when it’s related to their employment; employer liability for employee’s use of social media, including harassment, discrimination, and defamation; and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) security, compliance, and employee privacy concerns.
There are additional concerns for public employers, including issues related to an employee’s First Amendment rights; Fourth Amendment rights; and, for federal employees, compliance with the Hatch Act.
Join renowned employment and labor law attorney David Ritter as he takes you through the finer points of the law regarding social media in the workplace. Find out what employee conduct the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) protects and the finer points of the guidelines it has provided. Learn the ins and outs of privacy concerns. Gain a greater understanding of what is considered lawful and unlawful social media policy in this critical webinar.
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