When It Doesn’t Stay in Vegas: A Lawyer’s Guide to Workplace Social Media Policies

Seats : Available

  • Class: When It Doesn’t Stay in Vegas: A Lawyer’s Guide to Workplace Social Media Policies
  • Date: 05/23/2018
  • Time: 3:00pm EDT- 4:00pm EDT
  • Presenter(s): David Friedman
  • Class Type: Virtual Training
  • Content Provider: LexisNexis
  • Registration End: 05/23/2018

Description

These days when employees want to complain about their boss or employer, they post it in social media outlets such as Facebook® or Twitter®. So what’s an employer to do? Employers must recognize that social media has changed the labor and employment landscape forever, and they must draft policies that will pass muster with the National Labor Relations Board. In this CLE, we’ll explore social media and discuss connectivity between employees, the role of the NLRB and social media policy language. During our session we will cover: • What is Social Media • Connectivity Between Employees • The Role of the NLRB • Social Media Policy Language

CLE Information

CLE Credit Available

State Accreditation

State Status Total Credits Type Of Credit Approved Thru
Alaska Approved 1.00 General
Arizona Approved 1.00 General
Arkansas Approved 1.00 General
California Approved 1.00 Participatory
Colorado Approved 1.00 General
Connecticut Approved 1.00 General
Florida Approved 1.00 General 08/06/2019
Hawaii Approved 1.00 General
Louisiana Approved 1.00 General
Minnesota Approved 1.00 General
Missouri Approved 1.20 General
Nevada Approved 1.00 General 12/31/2018
New Hampshire Approved 1.00 General
New Jersey Approved 1.00 General
New Mexico Approved 1.00 General
New York Approved 1.00 Skills
Ohio Approved 1.00 General 12/31/2018
Oregon Approved 1.00 General 12/31/2018
Pennsylvania Approved 1.00 General
South Carolina Approved 1.00 General 12/31/2018
Texas Approved 1.00 General 12/31/2018
Virginia Approved 1.00 General 10/31/2018
Washington Approved 1.00 General
West Virginia Approved 1.20 General
Wisconsin Approved 1.00 General
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Class Information

    These days when employees want to complain about their boss or employer, they post it in social media outlets such as Facebook® or Twitter®. So what’s an employer to do? Employers must recognize that social media has changed the labor and employment landscape forever, and they must draft policies that will pass muster with the National Labor Relations Board. In this CLE, we’ll explore social media and discuss connectivity between employees, the role of the NLRB and social media policy language.

Prerequisites