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Regulation of Offsite Employee Activity: Privacy, Social Media and After Hours Conduct Concerns

Consider this situation:  When the workday is done and your employees are leaving, one employee follows, stalks, and makes sexually suggestive comments to another employee. The next day, a complaint is made to your human resources officer. What should you do? 

Can you – should you - enforce your workplace policies during off-duty hours? Where do you draw the line between workplace violations and employee rights?

Get a clear picture of your credit union’s disciplinary responsibilities from human resources attorney Robert Wenzel in this hot-topic webinar, as he discusses:

  • The effect of off-hours policy violations on your workplace
  • Recent court decisions
  • Privacy violations, including leaks of confidential credit union or member information
  • Lawful off-duty conduct, such as alcohol use, sexual orientation, or dating another employee
  • Unlawful off-duty conduct, such as criminal activity
  • Posting disparaging comments about the employer on social media and cyber-bullying
  • The effect of  protected classifications on your disciplinary decisions

Who should attend?
Those who determine or enforce your credit union’s workplace policies, especially in these positions:

  • Human resources
  • Security
  • Risk Management
  • CEO
  • Operations

Meet the presenter, Robert L. Wenzel:
Robert L. Wenzel is a partner in the law office of Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, specializing in employment law and personnel and labor relations matters, such as sexual harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, and wage and hour issues.  He handles employment litigation, advises clients in drafting contracts and agreements, and assists in general human resources matters.

Mr. Wenzel is well known to Southern California credit union chapters and other organizations around the country as an expert on labor and employment issues.  He has conducted hundreds of training sessions and seminars and has lectured at numerous conventions.  He was also awarded the Excellence in Human Resources Award and the President’s Award by the Professionals in Human Resources Association.

Continuing Education:  HR Certification Institute credit is available for those attending the live presentation of this program. For further information, please contact Jan Johnson at (800) 472-1702 ext. 6029. 

   
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