Social media is great for connecting with old high school buddies or announcing good news (or, apparently, sharing a picture of your lunch). But what happens when social media invades your workplace to distract employees, compromise your business' reputation, or tie your company to comments and opinions that are contrary to company values? How much control do you have over work-related social media accounts? And who "owns" them?
Join us as we discuss Which of your employee's social media activities are protected by law What your employees can and cannot "get away with" on social media How to draft an effective (and legal!) social media policy Handling ownership of company accounts and content.
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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