“Yours, Mine or Ours” – Employee Use of Personal Tech Devices, Email and Social Networking Accounts

SHRM 2012 Annual Conference
This session will sensitize you to the challenges presented by the technological advances that have become a staple in the workplace.
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One of the biggest challenges faced by employers today is establishing and enforcing realistic (and legal) limitations on employees' business use of their own computers, tablets, smartphones, email, social networking accounts, scanners and other forms of technology. This session will examine best practices with respect to written policies, preservation of trade secrets and confidential information, security protections and breaches, privacy issues, protected concerted activity and investigations of inappropriate conduct involving technology devices and accounts that are owned by the employee.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Tuesday, June 26, 2012 - 10:45am to 12:00pm

Joseph L. Beachboard

Joseph L.

Joseph L. Beachboard is a nationally recognized expert on employment law issues. He serves as managing director of Ogletree Deakins, an employment law specialty firm with more than 850 attorneys in 53 offices. In addition to representing management in a wide variety of employment and labor matters, Mr. Beachboard speaks regularly before HR and employer groups on cutting-edge employment law topics. He is a member of SHRM and for the past two decades has been a presenter at SHRM’s Annual Conference & Exposition and Employment Law & Legislative Conference. Mr. Beachboard also has developed an expertise in providing informative and engaging training programs—and has worked with dozens of companies around the country, including the cast and crew of dozens of NBC television shows (such as The Office and The Tonight Show) and the contestants, judges, and crew of several competition shows (such as So You Think You Can Dance and Master Chef).



Amount of Credit: 
Credit Type: 
HR Credit
Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
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