Regulating, Monitoring and Investigating Employees’ Social Media Activity

recording Regulating, Monitoring and Investigating Employees’ Social Media Activity

You Will Learn:

  • Drafting a social media policy in light of recent decisions by the National Labor Relations Board, and state and federal courts
  • Monitoring and investigating employees’ on-duty and off-duty social media activity
  • Considerations when disciplining employees for off-duty social media activity
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Can you legally monitor your employee's on and off-duty social media activity?

Has your social media policy been updated to reflect and comply with the latest NLRB decisions?

According to a recent survey, less than a third of U.S. companies have a social media policy in place that outlines how employees should present themselves when posting anything on the internet.

But, today when something provocative goes viral and social media is quickly part of the story, the offender’s life becomes public, along with their employer.

Would your social media policy protect your organization or land you in court?

Learning Objectives

Duing this critical webinar our expert faculty will guide you through:

  • The application of the National Labor Relations Act to employees’ social media activity
  • Drafting a social media policy in light of recent decisions by the National Labor Relations Board, and state and federal courts
  • Monitoring employees’ on-duty and off-duty social media activity
  • Investigating employees’ on-duty and off-duty social media activity
  • Considerations when disciplining employees for off-duty social media activity
  • Update on NLRB, state, and federal case law relevant to employers regulating, monitoring, and investigating employees’ social media activity

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Faculty

Kwabena A. Appenteng
Kwabena A. Appenteng
Senior Associate, Littler

Kwabena A. Appenteng is a senior associate in the Chicago office of Littler. He counsels employers on a range of workplace privacy issues, including: responding to data security breaches, cross-border data transfers, state data protection laws, HIPAA, and social media issues and policies. He is certified by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) as a Certified Information Privacy Professional for the U.S. and Europe (CIPP/US; CIPP/E), which demonstrates his understanding of global concepts of privacy and data protection law and practice, and how these components apply in the workplace.

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