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Speakers: Barbara Jean D’Aquila, Timothy M. Kenny, Beverly Vaughn and Thomas Matlock
In today’s world, your employees may be using Twitter, MySpace, YouTube, Facebook and other web communication sites in ways that create employment law, intellectual property, and public relations nightmares for your corporation.
In this presentation, our panel discusses the impact of social media in today’s workplace with lively dialogue about hot issues (including handling concerns of privacy, discrimination, and harassment, protecting your company’s internal dealings and intellectual property, and managing resulting public relations crises) and tips for addressing emerging issues generated by your employees’ use of social networking sites.
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Duration : 1:1:1