The line between an employee's work life and personal life have blurred with the growth of smartphones, social media, wellness programs, and work-from-home options. Employers are hesitant to hire a medical marijuana user. Office holiday party antics are instantaneously shared with 100's of "friends." Employees are live-streamed acting/doing/saying things you'd rather not have associated with your business. But what exactly can an employer do and not do when it comes your employee's "after hours" activities? Join us as we explore your rights and responsibilities as an employer when your employees' off-duty conduct has on-duty impact.
Doors open at 11:30 for networking and lunch. Presentation from 12:00-1:00pm. Q&A session from 1:00-1:15pm.
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