Receive valuable information and guidance from Hicks Morley, Canada’s leading law firm which devotes its practice exclusively to representing employers on human resources law and advocacy issues.
*Please note this session is Full
As social media becomes an entrenched part of our workplaces and our lives, employers are struggling to determine whether and how employee misconduct on these platforms can be managed or prevented. This Advantage CPD session is geared towards Human Resources professionals and will provide employers with a better understanding of their rights to address employee misconduct on social media and the difficult questions of privacy, free speech, and off-duty conduct that often accompany these issues.
On January 26, 2018, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada issued a new position on the protection of online reputation. In doing so the OPC recognized a right to have personal information de-indexed from search engine results if it is inaccurate, incomplete or out-of-date. Although the position is in draft, is nonetheless of…
Hicks Morley’s Dolores Barbini is quoted in the December 19, 2016 Canadian Lawyer article titled “Social Media Monitoring.” The article describes the recent arbitration case, Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 113 v. Toronto Transit Commission (Use of Social Media Grievance)
Even though the weather has been spring-like, we are pleased to provide our Fall 2016 edition of Reaching Out…
Social Media Symposium
“Cause for Termination in the Age Social Media”
Topic Off Duty Misconduct
Topic Legal Update