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Responding to Negative Employee Comments on the Web

June 21

Gain an understanding of strategies needed to address negative employee social media.

This is truly the era of digital technology and the e-workplace. This means that our workplace is no longer limited to the four corners of our worksite but rather expands into the unwieldy terrains of the cloud and cyberspace. The law has been very slow to catch up to technology needs in this area, which means employers are faced with numerous concerns about regulating the e-workplace within the confines of difficult and unhelpful regulations (and relentless social media websites that refuse to accommodate requests to remove harmful information). This topic will provide an overview of federal and state laws governing social media in the workplace (during and after employment). In addition, it will discuss how to implement a strong social media policy that can be legally enforced against current employees whenever their conduct reasonably relates to the workplace. Further, this material will discuss helpful social media clauses to include in separation agreements to prevent disgruntled employees from ranting on social media about their prior employment. Finally, this information will thoroughly discuss how to challenge negative social media posts when they do appear, including which websites and types of posts are worth the investment to challenge.

Learning Objectives

  • You will be able to define and implement a strong social media policy for your employee handbook and clauses for separation agreements to minimize negative social media activity.
  • You will be able to discuss the various social media laws and how they impact the e-workplace.
  • You will be able to identify which websites are worth battling over - and which ones are not.
  • You will be able to recognize which posts are worth battling over - and which ones are not.

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Agenda

Laws Governing Social Media Activity
  • Federal
  • State
Social Media Policy
  • Key Elements
  • Case Examples
Social Media Clauses
  • Difference Between Clauses and Policies
  • Key Elements
  • Case Examples
What to Do When You See the Post
  • Terms of Use
  • Website's Appeal Process
  • Lawsuit?
  • Experiences With Different Websites
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This live webinar is designed for human resource managers, risk managers, business owners and managers, personnel managers, presidents, vice presidents attorneys, and controllers.

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Annie Ellis

Annie Ellis

Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP

  • Attorney in the office of Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP
  • Procopio awarded Tier 1 ranking for employment law management by U.S. News & World Report, 2014-2018
  • San Diego Super Lawyers® Rising Star – 2018-2019 (Employment & Labor)
  • San Diego young attorneys nominee by San Diego Daily Transcript, 2014
  • Association of Business Trial Lawyers - LDC, Co-chair 2018
  • Practice emphasizes all aspects of employment law on management-side, from litigation to counseling (policies, investigations, layoffs, terminations, hiring, and other human resources issues and strategies)
  • Recent litigation victories: Successfully defeated employee’s age discrimination claims in summary judgment motion for public entity; successfully defeated employee’s pregnancy discrimination claims in summary judgment motion; affirmed on appeal; successfully defeated class certification in wage and hour class action asserting independent contractor misclassification; procured sanctions against plaintiff’s counsel for violating discovery laws; minimized penalties by significant amount in wage and hour class action with proactive measures at onset of litigation; defeated employee’s wage and hour claims before DLSE
  • Conducts regular seminars and presentations in employment law, including wage and hour, leaves of absence, paid sick leave, social media, and background checks
  • Written several publications related to wage and hour, paid sick leave, and other issues relevant to employers
  • J.D. degree, University of San Diego School of Law (San Diego Law Review – Editor-in-Chief); B.A. degree, University of California, Los Angeles
  • Can be contacted at 619-906-5741 or [email protected]
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Product ID: 404614
Published 2018, 2019
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