The Legal Implications of Social Media in the Workplace
What you’ll learn
Understand potential legal liability and best practices relating to social media policy development.
No specific documents or software is needed for this course.
Did you know that social media posts may be protected by Federal Law and that firing an employee over their facebook posts could result in SEROUS LEGAL CONSEQUENCES? This course is designed to help Small Business Owners, Human Resources and Marketing Executives understand some of the legal ramifications in dealing with workplace social media issues. Many businesses are adopting and enforcing policies that may create substantial liability. This course reviews a number of regulations, laws and cases that provide guidance for developing a sound social media policy.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 The Obligatory Legal Disclaimer!
Section 2: Social Media Law and General Industry-Specific Regulations
Lecture 3 Existing and Emerging Regulations Impacting Social Media
Section 3: Administrative Agency Cases (EEOC and NLRB)
Lecture 4 The EEOC and Social Media
Lecture 5 The NLRB and Social Media Policies
Lecture 6 NLRB: The Triple Play Case
Lecture 7 NLRB Memos on Social Media
Section 4: Building Social Media Policies
Lecture 8 Social Media Policies
Lecture 9 What to avoid when crafting a Social Media Policy
Lecture 10 What to include when crafting a Social Media Policy
This course is meant for medium and small business executives, marketing and human resources executives seeking to understand the issues to be considered when developing social media policies for business.
Udemy | English | 1h 15m | 461.37 MB
Created by: Mark Addington