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Regulating Employee Behavior: How Far Can You Go?

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Gavin S. Appleby, Esq. of Littler Mendelson

Workplaces in the U.S. continue to change and the law continues to make such change complicated. This program on regulating employee expression in and out of the workplace will cover the legal and practical issues related to piercings, tattoos, clothing and office décor. We also will update you on new developments related to texting, sexting, posting (Facebook), tweeting (Twitter) and snapping pictures (Instagram). The EEOC and the NLRB are regularly weighing in on those issues, as are some of the states. How far can you go in regulating conformity, behavior and professionalism? And what laws can get in your way? This program will both identify the legal obstacles and provide suggested approaches to handling the issues while limiting your risk.

By listening to the entire presentation you can self-report 1.5 hours for recertification and/or CLE credit.  Please contact IAML for information.

The fee for this OnDemand webcast and materials is $219.00. Within 48 business hours of receipt of your payment IAML will email you an access code. You may view this webcast an unlimited number of times.

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