|Production Date:||June 5 2012|
In a time where an employee can communicate with a large audience at the click of a button, many employers are seeking means of controlling their public image by regulating employee activity on and off the job through email, social networking sites, blogs, text messages, and online videos. Join attorney Amy L. Rosenberger as she explores recent developments in labor and employment law that are establishing the limits of employee privacy and freedom. Specifically, she will discuss communications about work-related matters through electronic and social media, as well as the scope of employer authority to control such activity inside and outside the workplace.
I. Pre-Employment Issues
II. Issues Involving Current Employees
III. National Labor Relations Act
IV. Employee Privacy Rights
V. Public Employee Free Speech Rights
VI. Labor Arbitration Issues
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Jean (Pittsburgh, PA)
Carsten (New York, NY)
Stacey (Haddonfield , NJ)
Camille (San Diego, CA)
Very well-organized presentation and materials.
Bruce (Richmond, VA)
Good and informative course.
Ashley (Jersey City, NJ)
Very informative. Thank you.
Yitty (Brooklyn, NY)
Interesting and informative program
Kristina (King George, VA)
Great information for the attorney as the employer as well as for your clients.
Diane (New York, NY)
Enjoyed the course and the speaker very much. Thank you.
Arthur (Harrisburg, PA)
This probably would be too elementary for an attorney with a labor practice, but was good for my modest level of knowledge.
Judge Joel (Pacific Palisades, CA)
Good coverage. Good lecture
Garland (Scottsdale, AZ)
Robert (Commack , NY)