Is Employees’ Off-Duty Conduct Off-Limits for Employers? Navigating the Legality of Dealing (or Not Dealing) with Employees’ Conduct Outside the Workplace
Employers often learn information they’d rather not know about employees’ off-duty conduct. For example, comments posted on social media about co-workers, recreational drug use, or even personal opinions can raise questions internally and externally. The legalities of disciplining or making other employment decisions based on off-duty conduct vary between types of behavior and differs by state. In this webinar, presenters Molly DiBianca and Zachary Kimmel address the various legal and practical issues that matter to employers and HR professionals when confronting how to handle the conduct of employees outside the workplace.
Right To Know - November 30, 2022, Vol. 1
Cyber, Privacy, and Technology Report
FERC Advancing New Reliability Requirements for Renewables
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) recently issued two orders designed to address electric grid reliability implications raised by the dramatic growth in solar and wind projects. Renewable project owners and operators should follow these developments closely, as FERC’s orders propose to substantially increase registration and compliance requirements.