Northeastern 10.21.20 VIRTUAL Will You Be My Friend l Managing Social Media in the Workplace


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Starts:10/21/2020 11:30 AM

Ends:10/21/2020 1:30 PM

Event Type: Webcast

2 Hour(s)

Location:
ON24

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FREE Members l $30 Non-Members

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Northeastern 10.21.20 VIRTUAL Social Media in the Workplace


Social Media the Workplace, what employers need to know Topic Description The impact on social media on the workplace, relationships, and business reputation cannot be overstated. Using a range of case studies, we will consider legal issues involving social media in the workplace, including: - Privacy and monitoring social media - Consequences of inappropriate disclosure and online conduct outside of work hours; and - Social media policies.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • Legal knowledge 
  • Critical thinking and problem solving
  • Employee relations








Speaker bio(s)
Suhaib  Ibrahim

B.A. Humanities and Communication Studies, York University, 2006 J.D., Osgoode Hall Law School, 2009 Call to the Bar Ontario, 2011 Suhaib believes that a work environment is most successful when there is a healthy work culture in which everyone feels respected and heard. Suhaib is adept at truly listening to people’s experiences and has a strong appreciation for different perspectives, backgrounds and lived experiences. Suhaib takes a balanced approach to workplace issues and gets to the heart of the issues that drive conflict and lead to harassment. Suhaib has worked in a variety of settings including private practice and municipal government. As a law student, Suhaib worked with community organizations and elementary schools. He provided important educational sessions to youth in the Jane and Finch community, about their legal rights.