Presented By: Stacy Cormican
Participants will learn about the latest NLRB and court decisions regarding employees’ social media and social media policies, how to prevent employees from engaging in defamation, harassment, and violations of other consumer, trade secret, and privacy laws through the use of social media, and strategies for dealing with problematic use of social media.
Learning objectives for this session include:
- Participants will develop a working knowledge of the most recent NLRB and court decisions regarding employees’ use of social media.
- Participants will learn to establish criteria for a social media policy that protects company interests and complies with the NLRA and decisions of the NLRB and courts.
- Participants will learn to establish criteria for evaluating problematic social media posts by employees and taking proper action to resolve issues created by the problematic posts in compliance with the NLRA and other state and federal laws.
Stacey is an attorney at Nyemaster Goode P.C. who works with employers in all matter of employment issues including employment contract disputes, sexual harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, Family and Medical Leave Act, Fair Labor Standards Act and state wage and hour laws, non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, drug testing, and unemployment, employment policies and handbooks, employment contracts, drug testing, investigations and audits, hiring and firing, wage and hour issues, and employee leave issues.