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Social Media, Marijuana, and Privacy: How Your Employees’ Off-Duty Conduct Can Affect Your Business

Every employee has a life outside the office. While employers have little control over what employees do on their own time, changes in the law, politics, and social media are forcing employers to consider whether they should become involved, and if so, whether they are permitted to do so and how. What happens when an employer believes an employee’s off-duty activities affect, conflict with, or interfere with the employee’s performance or the company’s policies?

While there is no one-size-fits-all approach, Hoge Fenton’s Employment Law Team can help you respond to your employees’ off-duty conduct in a consistent, fair, and legal manner. Join us for an interactive discussion about social media, the legalization of marijuana in California, the distinction between private and public activities, and employers’ rights and obligations with respect to these issues.

School is back in session, so we will be conducting this seminar in classroom workshop style! So please bring your thinking caps and be prepared to share your insights and expertise with others.

Who Should Attend:
Business owners and managers, CEOs, CFOs, COOs, in-house legal counsel, human resource professionals, trusted advisors, and others responsible for personnel matters.

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