I’m pleased to let you know that I’ll be teaming up with three of my colleagues to offer a complimentary Social Media and the Workplace webinar on May 19th from 2:00 – 3:15 PM CST. Here’s some details…
Canadian employees – in ever increasing numbers – are blogging, tweeting and accessing social networking websites. These forms of social media are increasing the legal risks for Canadian businesses. These risks include disgruntled employees intentionally revealing trade secrets, defaming supervisors, harassing co-workers, or posting negative information about their employers’ business. There are even additional threats resulting from loyal employees who inadvertently disclose information online that runs afoul of security, privacy and competition laws. Join us for this 75 minute webinar during which we will discuss:
- The legal do’s and don’ts of monitoring employee social media activities during and after work hours;
- Tips for creating meaningful social media policies;
- Tips for dealing with privacy and competition law, and securities regulatory risks; and
- How to deal with potential civil liability resulting from employee social media activities.
Space is limited so please register here soon.
Other presenters (in addition to yours truly):