Employee Speech: Politics, Social Media, and Employer Rights
In today’s polarized political and social landscape, maintaining cohesion in the workplace is difficult. A well-functioning workplace benefits from employees showing mutual respect to one another and the employer, with regard to both speech and conduct. However, depending on the specific speech or conduct in question, the law may limit an employer’s authority. This webinar will provide an introduction to those limits, offer guidance on social media use in and out of the workplace, and walk-through several examples of common work-related scenarios implicating these limits.
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Webinar: How Will The Supreme Court's Affirmative Action Ruling Affect Workplace DEI Programs?
This webinar will examine what the Supreme Court held in its ruling on universities’ affirmative action plans, the controversy surrounding how the Supreme Court’s ruling affects employer’s diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives, and the factors to be considered by public and private companies when deciding the future of their DEI efforts.