Oh, technology. Long gone are the days when a not-so-flattering picture could be simply thrown away, Google didn’t know who you were, and your “browsing history” was limited to which magazines you read.
In today’s society, anyone can access personal/ non-work related information with a few clicks on the Internet. The ability to easily communicate to massive audiences creates extreme risk of negative exposure for employers, employees, and job candidates. So are there any laws governing this? If so, what are they?
In this webinar, we will approach all angles of this topic from the views of an employee to the business owner. Answers to our most frequently asked technology and social media questions/issues, will be revealed along with the facts you need to know to stay compliant.
Highlights of this presentation include:
- Using internet searches to learn about job candidates. Risks and rewards.
- Can employees be disciplined for Facebook activities?
- Top 5 things that help a Social Media Policy to stand strong.
- Risks of staying virtually in touch with former employees.
This webinar was recorded on October 27, 2013 and presented by Rebecca Regard. Please be aware that per HRCI guidelines, only webinars recorded during the current calendar year are eligible for recertification credit for on-demand viewers.