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Upcoming Seminar: To Tweet or Not to Tweet? The Constantly Developing Landscape of Social Media in the Workplace

Posted in Employee Privacy Rights, Labor Law, New Legislation and Regulations, Trade Secrets and Competition, Wage & Hour

Summary of Program

Companies and their employees widely use social media in their daily business activities.  These networking sites are used by employees to communicate with one another as well as current and potential customers.  However, the use of social media may occasionally adversely impact an employer’s business or present other legal risks.  What should an employer do to protect itself without intruding on an employee’s rights?LaborEmpSeminarLogo

Program Highlights:

  • Employer’s use of employee’s social media information versus the employee’s right to privacy.
  • Protection of employer’s confidential and proprietary information.
  • Ramifications of B.Y.O.D. policies.
  • Potential employer liability for employee’s online conduct.
  • The importance of effective Electronic Use and Social media policies.
  • Legal limits for employee use of social media in the workplace.

Date:   August 13,  2015

Time:   9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Location:  400 Capitol Mall, 11th Floor, Sacramento, CA

Parking validation provided.  Please park in the Wells Fargo parking garage, entrances on 4th and 5th Street.

To register for this seminar, please RSVP to Ramona Carrillo at rcarrillo@weintraub.com.