Thursday, November 23, 2017

Your Social Media Policy:
How to Set, Enforce and Use It to Reduce Legal Risks:
Recorded on November 12, 2014

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Whether you need to create or update your policy, you’ll come away from this webinar ready to regulate employees’ social media activity and use social media as a business and HR tool while preventing potential legal risks.

Turn a solid policy into good practices – and prevention of legal claims. From how new NLRB rulings put common (and common-sense) practices at risk, to proven tips you can use right away to enforce policies, you’ll be at work with today’s best social media and HR practices.

Learn how to create and enforce your own legally enforceable social media policies.

Reserve your space now to learn how to set and enforce your own “backfire-proof” social media policy, including how to:

  • Reduce the legal risks of employee use of social media
  • Understand why the NLRB views social media as “water cooler” conversations – and how this changes what you can and can’t do
  • Manage your company’s social media use and engagement with the public
  • Keep social media employment references from turning into “gotchas”
  • Recruit with LinkedIn – without triggering an EEOC investigation

Meet Your Webinar Leader:

Linda Priebe, Partner at Culhane Meadows PLLC in Washington DC was Deputy General Counsel and Ethics Official at White House Drug Policy (ONDCP) during 3 Presidential Administrations. At ONDCP, Ms. Priebe was counsel in a dozen cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. She was also counsel for social media to the Public Affairs, IT, Management and Administration, Human Resources and Chief of Staff’s Offices. There she drafted and provided day to day legal review and training regarding workplace social media policies, procedures and practices including blogging, digital newsletters and website content and compliance. She is former Guest Blogger, for the U.S. GSA MobileGov Blog, “Trends on Tuesday” and was named a DC Super Lawyer by Thomson Reuters in April 2014.

Register now to get the information you need to craft a social media policy at your organization.

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