Webinar Recap of “Risky Business: Navigating the Legal Aspects of Social Media in the Workplace”

Risky-Bus-wideThis webinar entitled Risky Business: Navigating the Legal Aspects of Social Media in the Workplace was originally produced on March 20, 2014. We hope you enjoy the full recording and additional materials below.

As more and more people are using social media sites like Facebook and Twitter to share their ideas, thoughts, interests, pictures, etc. with their “friends” and, more often than not, the world at large. Indeed, the use of social media has permeated nearly every aspect of our lives. This webinar highlights different issues that employers and employees confront when dealing with the use of social media in the workplace.

This webinar was hosted by Suzanne Sentman (Human Resource Director) and Reed Horanburg (Senior IT Consultant) from McKonly & Asbury with featured guest Todd Shill (Partner and Employment Law Specialist) from Rhoads & Sinon LLP.

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What will participants get out of attending?

  • Find out about the latest social media usage trends.
  • Get advice on how to properly monitor employees online.
  • Learn to strategically use social media in the hiring process.
  • Get updates on noteworthy developments in employment law.
  • Find out “What is safe” for employees and get numerous “Best practices” tips for employers.
Additional Reading and Details

For additional background reading on this topic, you can read the following articles from Rhoads & Sinon LLP.


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March 2014 Webinar

This free, hour-long webinar took place on Thursday, March 20 at 2:00 p.m. EST. Free CPE credits were available. This program was a live webinar which offers you the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the presenters. There was no quiz and no exam. This webinar qualified as live CPE and is not considered self-study. No prerequisites were necessary for this webinar and the program level is basic / introductory.


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