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Best Practices For Social Media Policy And Monitoring Procedures

Date / Time: 4/3/2019 - 2:30pm - 4:00pm EST
Format: Audio Conference

Best Practices For Social Media Policy And Monitoring Procedures
Learn How To Monitor Employees’ Work-Related And Personal Social Media Legally And Ethically

This webinar addresses the challenges of balancing employers’ monitoring rights with employees’ privacy expectations.

While social media offers a window into how employees conduct their business and personal lives, should employers gaze into that window to uncover what employees are doing at work and home?

Though monitoring is critical for employers seeking to reduce legal, regulatory, and other risks, it is risky for HR managers who may trigger discrimination claims thanks to social media surveillance of applicants and employees. In fact, new online privacy laws have been enacted in over 26 states.


This webinar addresses the challenges of balancing employers’ monitoring rights with employees’ privacy expectations. For instance, should your organization monitor only business sites? Should you track public social media? Should you read employees’ personal Facebook posts? Should you investigate job candidates’ social media presence? Should you monitor social media activity on personal mobile devices, as well as employer-owned smartphones?

Attend this training session for tips on how to handle social media monitoring lawfully, ethically, and compliantly. By attending, you and your team will learn:
  • Reconciling employee privacy expectations with management’s monitoring rights
  • Understanding how, why, and when to monitor business, personal, and public accounts
  • Understanding how, why, when to monitor mobile devices: Business, and personal
  • Monitoring to help minimize risks: Legal liabilities, security breaches, regulatory fines, etc.
  • Monitoring to protect and manage electronic business records
  • Knowing and complying with federal and state laws governing privacy and monitoring
  • Writing and implementing effective social media policy and monitoring procedures
  • Applying lawful disciplinary action when monitoring uncovers policy violations
  • Training employees: Gaining buy-in for social media monitoring
  • Learning from real-life social media disaster stories
  • Putting expert advice, best practices, and policy tips to work immediately
Intended Audience
This informative session is a must for HR professionals and others who are responsible for social media policies, monitoring, and business records. Anyone who uses social media at work or home will benefit.

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Licenses / Designations / Educational Credits: PHR / SPHR Re-Certification Credits
All US States: 1.5

All US States: 1.5
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Live Price: $239.00
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