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Monitoring Employee E-Mail, Texting and Facebook: What’s Off Limits - on CD

Monitoring Employee E-Mail, Texting and Facebook: What’s Off Limits - on CD

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Monitoring Employee E-Mail, Texting and Facebook: What’s Off Limits on CD

Do you suspect an employee is spending more time facebooking than working?

How far can you go to monitor blogs, e-mails, and texts without invading an employees privacy?

Get the answers to these questions and more with the all-new HR Hero audio conference on CD, Monitoring Employee E-Mail, Texting and Facebook: What’s Off Limits?

Your presenter -- experienced employment law attorney and experienced blogger, Margaret (Molly) M. DiBianca -- will show you how to modify your HR policies regarding employee electronic communications.

Audio Conference on CD Learning Take-Aways:

  • Best practices to avoid invasion of privacy claims: Is it really effective, or necessary, to ban personal use of employer-provided phones, computers, etc.?
  • Pros and cons of monitoring your employees’ online activities during off-duty time
  • The federal rules that govern electronic monitoring in the workplace, including how the Electronic Communications Privacy Act comes into play
  • And there's more. Visit the "Full Audio Conference Details" tab for more information.

 

Your Audio Conference Leaders

 

Molly DiBiancaMargaret (Molly) M. DiBianca, associate at Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP, maintains a legal practice consisting of equal parts litigation and client counseling. She represents employers in a variety of industries in employment rights claims, discrimination matters and equal employment disputes at the state and federal court level. She defends employers against claims brought by former and current employees and assists employers seeking to enforce restrictive covenants.

Ms. DiBianca assists clients with internal investigations, wage-and-hour reviews, and employment-practices audits. She also counsels employers in the facilitation of reasonable accommodations, and strategies for compliance with federal leave laws.

Training is an integral component of Ms. DiBianca's preventative-practices philosophy. As part of that philosophy, she presents customized training to managers and executives during on-site seminars and workshops. She is a frequent speaker and teaches best employment practices to human resource professionals, executives and in-house counsel.

When she is not speaking to a live audience, Ms. DiBianca carries her message to audiences across the country as Editor of and primary contributor to the Delaware Employment Law Blog. She is a monthly contributor to the Delaware Employment Law Letter.

Monitoring Employee E-Mail, Texting and Facebook: What’s Off Limits on CD

Presented by experienced employment law attorney and experienced blogger, Margaret (Molly) M. DiBianca

What is an Audio Conference? Click here.

Do you suspect an employee is spending more time facebooking than working? How far can you go to monitor blogs, e-mails, and texts without invading an employees privacy?
 
Get the answers to these questions and more with the all-new HR Hero audio conference on CD, Monitoring Employee E-Mail, Texting and Facebook: What’s Off Limits?
 
In just 90 minutes, your presenter will show you how to modify your HR policies regarding employee electronic communications. We'll also cover:

  • How a recent Supreme Court decision should impact your electronic monitoring policies
  • Best practices to avoid invasion of privacy claims: Is it really effective, or necessary, to ban personal use of employer-provided phones, computers, etc.?
  • Pros and cons of monitoring your employees’ online activities during off-duty time
  • Best practices for monitoring your organization's phone logs, computers, e-mails, texts, blogs and other social media
  • How to implement and communicate a policy to your workforce regarding electronic monitoring in the workplace
  • How to adjust your HR policies to inform employees that your organization's e-mail, blogs, texts, and social networking sites may be monitored
  • The federal rules that govern electronic monitoring in the workplace, including how the Electronic Communications Privacy Act comes into play
  • How far can you go to monitor employee electronic communications? What types of surveillance should you avoid?
  • Your legal options if you suspect an employee is stealing confidential data using an electronic device

 

What is an Audio Conference?

A live HRhero audio conference allows interactive learning via telephone. Your registration includes one telephone connection, one master set of handouts, one Internet connection if applicable and an unlimited number of participants from your organization in one listening room.

A few days before the audio conference, you'll receive a brief summary so you can hit the ground running. After the presentation, you'll be able to call in with questions, which your speakers will answer on the spot.

For a small additional charge, we'll send you a CD of the audio conference -- available 3 days after the live event. You can listen to it again or share it with co-workers. Or, if you can't listen to the audio conference live, you can order the CD with streaming audio access by itself.


Why an HR Hero Audio Conference is right for you:

Fast, convenient learning without any out-of-office time lost.
No travel-related expenses or complications.
The perfect way to train as many employees as you like.
100% Guarantee: If you are dissatisfied, you are entitled to a complete refund.

 

 

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