- Computer use and social media policies
This webcast will discuss regular issues that arise between employers and employees with respect to computer usage and the contents of their social media pages. An employer's reputation is eminently important; this program will assist you in determining best practices to ensure the goodwill of your company.
This program will address on a high level many of the privacy and other issues companies face with various forms of employee monitoring
Once the decision has been made to adopt automation and artificial intelligence technologies, leaders face difficult and stubborn questions about how to implement that decision: How, when, and where should we apply automation in our organizations? Is it a stark choice between humans versus machines? How do we stay on top of these technological trends as work and automation continue to evolve?
In this program, participants will learn best practices for proactive measures against cyber breaches. The program will focus on providing an overview Canadian cybersecurity threat landscape and an overview of best practices to be implemented to mitigate the impacts of a cybersecurity incident.
Employee dismissal for social media activities is an emerging issue. To a large extent the dismissal decisions in non-unionized workplaces are following the principles behind the decisions in unionized workplaces. Join us to examine the leading Canadian decisions on social media and employee dismissal.
The purpose of this webcast is to develop best practices when drafting and implementing social media policies and other legal considerations surrounding the practice.
This webinar shows you how to safeguard employee-related information; learn employee information vulnerabilities; and identify measures to help protect this information