It has been predicted that privacy will surpass wrongful termination as the hot workplace issue of the 21st century. Yet the concept of privacy is so broad and so elusive, it’s difficult even to define. Privacy rights come up in situations involving drug testing, blogs, searches of electronic mail and files, hair and dress codes, arrest records, credit reports and other off-duty conduct. Learn how to protect yourself and your organization from privacy violations.
During this interactive session you will:
Learn what goes into employee files; what stays out and who has access
Employee rights regarding off-duty conduct
Review hot-button issues related to social media and employee monitoring
Material will aid HR Assistants and others who benefit from fundamental skills and knowledge will be presented. This offers mentoring opportunities that are critical to employee development.
Brianna Cook, J.D. is an Associate with Gill Ragon Owen, P.A. She graduated from Arkansas State University in 2012 with a B.A. in English and then moved to Little Rock where she graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law. She joined the Arkansas Bar in 2016. Brianna’s practice involves corporate and public finance transactions, corporate mergers and acquisitions, business entity formation, employment law, and health law registration and compliance.