Social Media Policies: Legal Dos & Don'ts In Determining Termination
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
Negative or offensive social media posts are creating a new set of problems for employers. How can you offset the reputational damage these posts can cause without violating the rights of your employees? And where does the NLRB stand on these issues? Join us for this live 60-minute webinar where you will discover:
How to create a social media policy that protects you from a lawsuit
Employee privacy vs. office policy: Ensure compliance with federal laws
Laws protecting individuals' privacy: What you need to know
What actions can you lawfully take to terminate an employee
Maintain a Strong Social Media Policy: Workplace Protection Vs Employee Privacy
Keys to communicate an effective online & social media policy
Off-duty conduct laws: Enforcing workplace policies outside of work
Disciplinary actions: Warnings, write ups or immediately fired
Protections & Posting Precedent: Avoid Legal Risk for Your Organization
Monitoring employee social media use: What's fair game & what's not
The NLRB & social media: Do labor laws protect employees' posts?
Rights under the 1st amendment: Posts protected by freedom of speech
Firing Without Fear: What You Need to Know to Stay Out of Court
Firing the employee: Critical steps to avoid liability
Avoid legal repercussions: How to avoid post-termination lawsuits
Examine key case studies and recent action taken by the NLRB
Live Question & Answer Session - Have your questions answered by the expert!
About The Speaker
Michael C. Jacobson is an attorney, writer and presenter focusing on employee terminations, internal investigations and workers' compensation. He is currently the Legal Editor for the Organizational Exit and Investigations and Litigation sections of XpertHR, an online information and guidance resource for HR professionals and employers.
Michael also acts as a Product Demonstrator for XpertHR and speaks regularly to HR and business audiences either in-person at business conferences or via webinar.
Prior to joining XpertHR, Michael worked as an attorney in Manhattan for six years where he defended employers and healthcare providers against wrongful termination, discrimination, medical malpractice and general liability claims.
Michael obtained his JD from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he was the Notes and Comments Editor for the Cardozo Public Law, Policy and Ethics Journal.
Join us for this 60-minute webinar to discover your rights as an employer when it comes to termination due to social media misuse.