Social Media: Compliance Strategies For HR

Social Media: Compliance Strategies For HR
About This Course:
In today’s social media-driven environment, employers must pay close attention to protecting sensitive and confidential data while balancing employees’ rights to express their opinions through social media.

You might be surprised at just how broadly the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is interpreting employees’ rights regarding social media postings, even non-union employees. If you unlawfully step over the line, even with the best of intentions, you could find yourself in the middle of a costly dispute.

Join us when attorney Francine Esposito of Day Pitney LLP, will offer guidance on how to avoid the latest legal pitfalls related to social media usage in and regarding the workplace. Ms. Esposito will provide in-depth insights into how to address legal issues surrounding your employees’ use of social media in a practical, real-world way.

Learning Objectives
  • Recommended social media usage protections
  • How to create policies that ensure compliance with applicable federal employment laws concerning social media usage
  • How to train managers and employees on the limits around usage of social media
  • Practical pointers on how to protect classified, confidential, and other sensitive information
  • The laundry list of legal issues related to employees’ use of social media that you need to be prepared to address
  • Why you must provide clear guidelines for employees, as well as consequences for employee misuse of social media
  • And much more!
About Your Presenter

Francine Esposito, Esq.
Day Pitney LLP

Francine Esposito has been a labor and employment practitioner for more than 20 years. Ms. Esposito regularly represents employers before various administrative agencies, at labor arbitrations, in employment-related litigation, and conducts harassment and other workplace investigations.

She also has extensive experience in designing and conducting training for employers on a wide array of employment-related topics, including but not limited to, harassment and discrimination awareness, diversity, FMLA, interviewing and hiring, wage and hour compliance, conducting internal investigations, effective documentation, effective employee relations, and union avoidance.

Ms. Esposito has represented employers in the logistics, banking, hospitality, media, healthcare, telecommunications, retail, casino, accounting, real estate, engineering and construction, and utility industries as well as educational institutions, among others.
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