Navigating Social Media Risks - It's Not All "Tweets" and "Likes"
Individuals' use of social media has become ubiquitous in our society. Yet sometimes use of social media to communicate can create liability for employers. The law on these issues takes into account individuals' privacy rights as well as employers' overarching need to protect themselves, their employees, and the reputation of the organization. Join us on this webinar to learn about this growing area of the law and what it means for your organization.
The ON-DEMAND WEBINAR is available either separately or as an add-on at check out.
Executive Directors, Head Start Directors, but all are welcome.
By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Identify problematic social media situations that could pose challenges for their organization;
- Explain what should be in a social media policy; and
- Demonstrate knowledge of language in existing social media policies that have been found to be overly broad.
L'Kel C. Little
A summer associate in 2012 and a law clerk during her last year of law school at the George Washington University Law School, L'Kel joined the firm on a full-time basis upon graduation. As an associate in the Health Law and Federal Grants practice groups, she assists with the review and revision of bylaws, affiliation agreements, and other contracts. [Full Bio]
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A blank Certificate of Attendance will be available for organizations to issue to attendees that viewed the webinar (either live or on-demand). Due to the online nature of the training course, Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP does not certify that the attendee actually viewed the course. A supervisor at the organization should sign the certificate, and therefore, certifies that the attendee viewed the course.
Attendance record forms are available for all webinars (live and on-demand) and can be utilized to record the attendance of numerous staff members for internal purposes.
- 1.50 Certificate of Attendance
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- Cancellation requests made after the webinar will be reviewed on a case by case basis.
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