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Today's brave new world of Facebook, Twitter, blogs, Google and IMs has led to a scary new world for your organization.

How can you protect your organization against the growing number of online legal threats?

Learn about the new risks created by the Information Age – and the best strategies to avoid them.

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Dear Colleague:

Social media, email and the Web are creating shocking new legal risks for U.S. employers:
  • A flight attendant is fired for posting risqué pictures of herself in uniform. She sues. Was that free speech?
  • A Cisco Systems blogger faced a libel lawsuit for disparaging a competitor. Should Cisco have embraced his blogging or shut him down?
  • A job seeker is rejected after a Google search reveals a “brandishing weapons” conviction. Did HR expose the company to a potential lawsuit?
Where’s the line between prudent monitoring and invasion of privacy? Are sexy or violent postings mere “venting” – or a warning of workplace danger? These are problems experts debate … and attorneys litigate.

Our recent webinar on this topic was one of our most popular events ever. Now we’re offering an Executive Summary of the event – PLUS bonus content. It’s called Employees Online: Best Practices for Monitoring Blogs, IMs, E-mail and Web Surfing.
With new technology come new risks – risks that could severely harm your organization.
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Employees Online was presented by John J. Coleman, Esq., a partner at Burr & Forman LLP in the firm’s Labor & Employment Law section. He writes, speaks and counsels clients on everything from personnel policies to regulatory compliance to emerging technology employment law issues.

In addition to providing an in-depth review of all these topics, Employees Online also includes the PowerPoint handouts previously available only to our attendees. You’ll also read the questions they had for John Coleman, as well as his insightful answers.

Employees Online includes:
  • The 5 reasons why you MUST put limits on employees’ blogs
  • Employees OnlineWhen is employee blogging considered free speech … and when is it libel? (A 5-question test will let you know)
  • How the National Labor Relations Act applies in the virtual world
  • Can you fire workers if they post embarrassing (but true) details about your company?
  • The 7 essential elements to include in your employee blog and website policy
  • The 6 steps to safeguarding your organization against today’s online legal threats
  • And much more!
As an extra bonus, we’ve added a section on How to Draft a Social Networking Company Policy. From blogging to Facebook, LinkedIn to Twitter, we’ll help define the technology AND the problem … provide 7 key questions to ask in drafting your policy … and even suggest sample policy language.
With new technology come new risks – risks that could severely harm your organization.
checkbox Head off potential disasters before they start with Employees Online.
Yes! I want to know the best practices for Internet activities.
We respect your privacy.
While some of the problems brought about by technology are brand-new, others are simply technology-driven updates of age-old topics like privacy, protecting trade secrets and regulating off-duty conduct. And while technology can have an enormous effect on your organization, you need to make sure that effect is positive – not threatening.
Employees Online
TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Chapter 1: The Technology: Blogs, Instant Messaging and E-mail, MySpace and
        Facebook
    Chapter 2: Employee Rights and Responsibilities
    Chapter 3: The National Labor Relations Act in the Virtual World
    Chapter 4: Employer Liability Issues and Policy Guidelines
    Appendix I: Audio Conference Handouts
    Appendix II: How to Draft a Social Networking Company Policy


You owe it to your employees to provide a safe workplace, and to protect their rights to free speech and free expression. But you’ve also got to protect your company’s reputation and trade secrets. Employees Online provides detailed advice on how to do both – effectively and legally. Get your copy TODAY!


Sincerely,



Phillip A. Ash
Publisher
With new technology come new risks – risks that could severely harm your organization.
checkbox Head off potential disasters before they start with Employees Online.
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We respect your privacy.
P.S. Remember, there’s absolutely no risk. If you don’t see how you can protect your employees – and your organization, we’ll refund your entire price – no questions asked – and you’ll have no further obligation.
P.P.S. You need definitive, practical answers to the challenges that are becoming more commonplace every day. Employees Online has those answers. Get your copy now!