Employment Law & Social Media: What Advisory Firm Owners Need To Know

Employment Law & Social Media: What Advisory Firm Owners Need To Know
Carmelo Grimaldi
03/11/11 4 PM EST
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If your assistant posts an inappropriate comment about your biggest client’s daughter on Facebook, is that cause for firing?

What’s the risk of looking at an employee’s Facebook profile that contains information about her sexual orientation?

If you suspect an employee is spending time on Facebook at work, what can you do about it?

With social media reshaping the American lifestyle and workplace, at this webinar you’ll learn the rules of the digital highway that employers need to know.

  • Precedent-setting cases in social media
  • What constitutes defamation?
  • Protected activities
  • Disparaging posts about supervisors
  • Employment agreements and social media

With over 18 years of experience in representing management in employment and labor law matters, guest speaker Carmelo ("Mel") Grimaldi is a partner in the Employment Labor and Employment Law Practice Group of Meltzer, Lippe, Goldstein & Breitstone, LLP, of Mineola, NY.

 

 


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very timely information - thank you for sharing.

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Speaker did not stay on topic.

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Sobering commentary on our litigious society

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It would be helpful to know what the costs of non-compliance could be. Nothing like having misbehavior have a $$$ cost described.

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Good. Thank you!

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