Social Media Chatter at Work in the Age of COVID and Black Lives Matter

18 Aug , 2022

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This program will be covering the following topics:

What types of confidential information employers may protect from online exposure.

What types of information they may discipline an employee for disclosing on-line.

When an employer may and may not monitor its employees’ social media activity.

Who owns an employee’s business-related social media contacts – the employer or the employee?

 

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