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Social Media in the Workplace: What could possibly go wrong?

Content Provider
LexisNexis
Product
CLE
Date
04/28/2023
Time
3:00pm - 4:00pm Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Presenter(s)
Bobby Puri, Julie Webster-Matthews
Seats
Available
Learning Method
Virtual Training (WebEx)
Registration End
04/28/2023

Price $0.00

Registration Closed

Description

With over 70% of U.S. adults on social media, workplace implications of social media activity present countless opportunities and pitfalls to employers. Aside from potential reputational damage, there are practical concerns when it comes to hiring practices, implementing social media policies, monitoring social media use, avoiding discrimination and harassment liability, and triggering NLRA issues. This CLE uses real-world examples of employment-related social media activity that “went viral” and provides best practices to avoid legal exposure that can come quickly and unexpectedly.
This program will cover:
• Potential risk of not having or following workplace social media policies
• Required and prohibited social media conduct
• Ownership of work-related social media accounts
• Monitoring employee activity
• Using internal social media networks
• Discrimination, harassment, and retaliation issues
• Avoiding interference with concerted activities subject to the National Labor Relations Act

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