Social Networking: Legal Concerns for Employers in Employee Misbehavior & Conducting Background Chec (HR Compliance)
Venue: Online Event
|Event Date/Time: Oct 25, 2011|
The rumor mill has taken on a whole new dimension. Employees can spread gossip within seconds on social networking sites. Employees can harm your companyâ€™s reputation very quickly due to what is said on such sites. Their statements, if inappropriate, could even get your company in trouble with the SEC if you are a publicly traded company.
Disciplining, however, could land your company with an unfair labor practice charge before the National Labor Relations Board. It could even land you in court. How do you protect your company from inappropriate postings? Can you use social networking sites yourself to conduct background checks? Are there legal ramifications of such a practice?
Attend this webinar to learn how the company can be held accountable for its employees posting inappropriate content on social networking sites, the legal concerns in disciplining such employee behavior and how HR professionals can be legally compliant in using social networking sites for background checks.
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