NELI 36th Annual Employment Law Conference: eWorkplace Policies Restricting Employees’ Acceptable Use of Technology, Social Media and The Cloud
Four Seasons Hotel
120 East Delaware Place
Chicago, IL 60611
Adam S. Forman, Member of the Firm, will present "eWorkplace Policies Restricting Employees' Acceptable Use of Technology, Social Media and The Cloud," a session at the National Employment Law Institute 36th Annual Employment Law Conference, which runs November 12 to 13, 2015.
This program will provide analysis of key legal, IT and HR issues relating to workers’
privacy and organizations’ information-security as employers decide how intensely to restrict, monitor and scrutinize
employees, applicants and litigants both inside and outside
the workplace’s physical and virtual walls, covering recent developments as to the ever-growing “Cloud,” employers’
rights to limit and act on employees’ personal social-networking site (SNS) postings, implications and rewards of
bring-your-own-device (BYOD), statutory prohibitions on
forced disclosure of personal logins/passwords, litigation
discoverability of SNS posts, photos and messages and compliant background checks.
For more information, visit NELI.org.