3 CPE/MCLE Credits
Blogs, MySpace, You Tube, chat rooms, and other posting sites are being used by employees to complain and kvetch about their jobs, and even to reveal company secrets. Individuals (including your employees and applicants) also post personal information, seemingly indiscriminately.
Blogs may reveal job frustrations, confidential company information, disparaging information about other employees. As an HR professional, you must be prepared to tackle this difficult issue - by staying on top of ever-changing legal parameters. Take this workshop to:
* Navigate tricky legal restrictions with regard to your employees' postings
* Develop a computer use policy or update your current one
* Understand problems a company with a blogger may face
* Protect your company from blogging issues
* Understand what you can and cannot do when you discover information about an applicant or employee on the Internet
Who Should Attend
* Any and all HR professionals
Speaker: Jeanine DeBacker is a partner with the law firm of Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean LLP. She is a member of the firm's employment and employee benefits practice group. Jeanine counsels employers on human resource and employment law issues, and defends employers in sexual harassment, race and age discrimination, wrongful discharge and other employment-related claims.
$105 NCHRA Members / $145 Non-Members.
Official Website: http://www.nchra.org
Added by FullCalendar on November 9, 2007