Social media in employment is certainly a hot button topic. And there are a ton of seminars out there on the issue. But all seminars are not created equal. This one is specifically designed to address social media issues perplexing the retail industry and will cover policies and procedures, employee conduct, management conduct, and executive-level requirements for dealing with social media issues.
This training session will be presented by expert speaker Sara Hutchins Jodka, who has significant experience with social media law and has been recognized for her work by various outlets and publications. She is currently serving as an Observer to the Uniform Legislation Commission Social Media Drafting Committee, which will be drafting a uniform law regarding social media.
This webinar will discuss the myriad of social media issues retail employers are forced to deal with in the Social Media Age. These issues include:
This session will help you spot these issues and how to properly respond to them without running afoul of the law. You will get takeaway materials that will help you review your social media and other policies to ensure they are in compliance with the expectations of the National Labor Relationship Board. It will also provide examples from key social media cases that you can apply to your workforce.
Who should attend?
Sara Hutchins Jodka
Sara regularly advises clients on social media, cyber smearing, workplace privacy, and the management, extraction, and authentication of electronically-stored information, including social media evidence. Sara has written numerous blogs and presented numerous seminars on these issues, and she has been featured on NBC 4... More info