Employee Privacy Rights: Ensure Compliance When Monitoring Employees
Live Webinar Recording
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With a rise in employee theft, fraud, and inappropriate work behavior, employers have been exercising their right to monitor their employees more and more - in fact, active monitoring has increased by 40% in the last fifteen years. But employees also have a right to privacy, so how much monitoring is too much? How can you ensure your policies stay legal while still protecting your company? Join us for a live, 60-minute webinar to discover:
Your employee monitoring policy: What you can & can't look at
Employee privacy concerns: Legal considerations for the workplace
BYOD and social media: Changes coming from new technology
Surveillance cameras and more: How much is too much?
Navigating the Minefield: Employee Privacy vs. Employer Management Rights
Workplace searches: What can be monitored & what's off-limits
Notice and buy-in: What to include in policy manuals & handbooks
Why acceptable use policies are important and how to create them
An Employee's Right to Privacy: Legal Do's and Don'ts
Unpack the Electronic Communications Privacy Act & other regulations
Termination decisions: What constitutes "legitimate business concerns?"
Surveillance cameras & video monitoring: Where to draw the line
Social Media & the Workplace: Managing B.Y.O.D.
What employers can - and can't - do about employee social media use
Personal email accounts and text messages: What can you access?
Addressing out-of-office online conduct: Key pitfalls to avoid
Live Question & Answer Session - Have your questions answered by the expert!
About The Speaker
Dr. Jim Castagnera, Esq. holds a JD and a PhD in American Studies from Case Western Reserve University.
For ten years he was a labor and employment lawyer with a major Philadelphia law firm, before moving into higher education as legal counsel to a university in New Jersey.
He is the author of 20 books, including Employment and Labor Law (Cengage Learning, 9th edition 2016) and the Employment Law Answer Book (Wolters Kluwer, 9th edition 2016). He has taught law at the Widener University Law School, the Wharton School at Penn, and currently the Drexel University Law School, where he teaches online employment law and HR management courses.
His practice, writing and teaching of employment law across some 35 years have made him an expert in the field with a high level of knowledge about employee privacy to share with our audience.
Join us for this 60-minute webinar to discover what employers can and cannot legally monitor, review, and access in regards to their employees.