Not Suitable for Work?

Presented by Robin Shea at Constangy
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Bad language, risqué or overly “political" discussions or materials, weapons, and mobile devices: when are these against the law, when are they just “not suitable for work,” and when are they perfectly fine?

This webinar will cover the difference between illegal and merely “inappropriate” workplace behavior and suggest ways for employers to deal effectively with it all. We’ll talk about the following:

  • Do you kiss your mother with that mouth? Cursing in the workplace
  • Maybe you should save that for home: Inappropriate discussions, web surfing, and reading material
  • Weapons on the job: NSFW, or reasonable self-defense?
  • Gadget glut: “Bring your own device” policies and minimizing employer risks

Presented by Robin Shea at Constangy.  Constangy authors the Model Policies and Forms for Georgia Employers and the New Jersey Human Resources Manual.

Credits available: SHRM and HRCI

Robin is Editor in Chief of Constangy's client publications and editor/primary author of Constangy's blog, Employment & Labor Insider. She also produces ConstangyTV’s Close-Up on Workplace Law. You can also follow Robin on Twitter @RobinEShea.

About the Presenter

Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete LLP

At Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP, workplace law is all we do—but we’re not your typical law firm. We are a preeminent boutique firm for labor and employment law in the U.S.  Our clients tell us there is also “a soul to Constangy that is unique and refreshing, that’s not found with other firms.” For more than 70 years, our clients have appreciated our common-sense approach and our commitment to being a real partner in helping...

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