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Is your social media policy ILLEGAL? Find out here

October 25, 2012
How to prevent lawsuits against your company’s social media policy:
The must know facts about labor laws and social media

Dear HR Communicator,

Just this month, the National Labor Relations Board declared certain workplace social media policies illegal.

Is your social media policy illegal?

If you’re not sure, and you’re creating a social media policy for your company, you must attend this webinar!

This is for ALL private-sector employers, not just union companies.

Register for this HR Communicator webinar with noted labor attorney Seth Borden, and learn how to keep your company out of court.

In this session, you’ll learn::

  • What employee social media use is now protected by the National Labor Relations Act
  • Why the Board pays close attention to “overly broad” or “restrictive” policies—and how you could be at risk even when employees aren’t disciplined
  • How merely having a policy could mean you’re violating the NLRB’s rules—even if you do’t enforce that policy!
  • What language you CAN and CANNOT use in your social media policy—Seth will give you guidelines from the Board and its General Counsel
  • How to convince leadership that your policy needs changes—and quick!

This can’t-miss session will help you start 2014 on your legal team’s good side. Register now!

Cheers,

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Kristin Farmer
Content Producer
Ragan Communications

This program is prequalified for 1.25 recertification credit hours from HRCI

HRCI_ApprovedProviderSeal.jpgThe use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institute’s criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.

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