Social Media and Your Workplace: What Every Employer Should Know

Production Date: June 28, 2017 Practice Areas: Discovery & E-Discovery, Labor & Employment Law, and Science & Technology Law Estimated Length: 3851 minutes


$ 59 Discovery & E-Discovery, Labor & Employment Law, and Science & Technology Law In Stock

The use of social media has expanded exponentially in the last few years and is likely to continue unabated. Employers must take a fresh look at the impact of social media use by their employees on their workplaces. Understanding the ramifications of social media use, and how to legally manage it, reduces risk and makes good business sense. This course, taught by the Directors of Labor & Employment Law at Gibbons P.C., Susan Nardone and Kelly Ann Bird, will explain what you need to know to effectively handle social media in the workplace.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Assess social media’s impact on the workplace
  2. Understand the employment laws that govern social media workplace issues and policies, including limits on restricting employees’ social networking activities, and social media privacy laws
  3. Identify and implement best practices
  4. Evaluate the risks of using social media in employment decisions

Donald R.
Matthews, NC


Michael W.
Orange, CT

Interesting presentation and good supplementary written materials.

Kristin T.
Kildeer, IL

Excellent information

Matthew D.
Hoboken, NJ

interesting lecture

Josephine K.
Unity, ME

Presentation was well done and provided current and important information.

Laurie L.
Brooklyn, NY

Excellent presentation.

Lisa O.
Quincy, IL

This was an excellent presentation that I would highly recommend. Presenters were wonderful.

Lynnann K.
New York, NY

excellent presentation. great faculty and team format

Gregory D.
Moscow, ID

Very relevant, up-to-date, and helpful.

Kristen G.
San Diego, CA

Helpful examples and slides

David S.
Rochester, MN

I have been in attendance at MANY seminars meeting, training, ....and on and on.... This one of the best presentations. Sorry to see it end.

Steven K.
Sioux Falls, SD

Excellent presentation about the NLRA implications of social media policies! Learned allot!

Thaddeus A.
Saint Paul, MN

I thought it was very, very good. Thank you.

Christopher L.
Philadelphia, PA

She was good. It went a little over but thats ok