On Demand Webinar: Social Media and the Workplace in 2020

On Demand Webinar: Social Media and the Workplace in 2020

Posted on 06/09/2020 at 01:58 PM by The Newsroom

What do you do when employee social media posts vilify supervisors, criticize company products, complain about company COVID-19 precautions, ridicule customers, incite the workforce, or include highly inappropriate content? These are some of the most vexing problems a company can face. It is difficult to stop and evaluate them for legal risks when emotions are running high. Not only that, the applicable laws are complex and some have been in near constant flux for over a decade.

Join Attorney Jill-Jensen Welch of the Dickinson Law Firm for an informational, On Demand webinar that first aired on June 9th in conjunction with the Cedar Valley Society for Human Resource Management. The webinar focuses on constitutional free speech rights applicable to employee social media activity in the public sector, and private sector employee rights to engage in protected concerted activity in their social media posts under the National Labor Relations Act. Jensen-Welch uses real life examples to demonstrate how to handle these issues that you won’t want to miss.

Click here to access the webinar* – audio starts at 4:28 of the recording.

*Material presented is designed and intended for general informational purposes only. It is not intended and it should not be construed or relied upon as legal advice.



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