She Partied Like a Rockstar...Now What?
Presented By Jenni Stone
Out of work conduct, such as employee behavior at social events, personal relationships in the workplace and recreational use of drugs and/or alcohol by employees has always been a gray area for employers. Today, employers have the technological means, and occasionally the inclination, to find out what workers are doing when outside of the workplace. However, your right to monitor your employees' conduct off the job and to make decisions based on that conduct is limited. If your investigation or questions invade an employee's right to privacy, you might end up in court defending those actions.
This presentation will discuss:
Trends in employee monitoring
Ethical questions stemming from the increase in employee monitoring
Explore the legal basis for monitoring employee conduct both in and out of work.
Current common law protections and statutory protections.
New federal legislation to close the gaps in employee privacy law.
This program has been submitted to HRCI and SHRM Certification for 1 re-certification credit.
About the speaker:
For more than fifteen years, Jenni Stone has been immersed in the Human Resources industry, as a Recruiter, Generalist, HRIS Specialist, Project Manager and HR Advisor. Her experience includes the telecommunications, healthcare and staffing industries. Jenni's diverse HR background has enabled her to bring an innovative, practical and fresh perspective to HR issues. Jenni has also provided training and consulting to companies with minimal or no human resources within the organization. Jenni holds a Master’s degree in HR Management and is a certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR), since 2007. She is active in a number of professional organizations including HR Florida, where she serves as Webmaster and Social Media Director, Association for Talent Development where she serves as VP of Programs, and SHRM. Jenni continues to share her wealth of knowledge of HR as a frequent speaker at professional human resource meetings and conferences across the state of Florida. Jenni’s passion for Human Resources gives her the ability to make a difference for companies seeking to expand or manage their workforce, or bring new life to an organization through leveraging people and human relations policy.
Cost: $30 - Net proceeds will be donated to the SHRM Foundation.
Please RSVP by Monday, September 18th, 2017.
No shows will be billed.