1. Workplace Monitoring and Surveillance: Practical Guide

Workplace Monitoring and Surveillance: Practical Guide

Event ID: 2176002
Date: Thursday, February 6, 2020, 3 PM Eastern
Duration: Scheduled for 90 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter(s): Janette Levey Frisch, Attorney at Law
Credits: 1.5 HRCI, 1.5 SHRM

Workplace Monitoring and Surveillance: Practical Guidance for Employers

The world has become increasingly data-driven: emails, text messages, and videos – and more—abound. Employees and employers alike are leveraging technology both in and out of the workplace to maximize collaboration and efficiency. Many employers even allow employees to communicate with each other using their own personal devices and methods of “offline communications” such as texting, personal email and social media, but at what cost? How do you properly safeguard proprietary and confidential data while also honoring the privacy rights of employees?.

The stakes are high. Employers who overstep with electronic monitoring or take possession of personal devices, run the risk of violating the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, (ECPA), the Stored Communications Act (SCA), and other federal and state laws.

Fortunately, in this practical webinar, attorney and employment law expert Janette Levey Frisch will help employees strike the delicate balance act between running a business without undermining personal privacy. The result: A successful business that also protects the rights of employees.

Areas to Be Covered:

Traditional Privacy Claims

  • Invasion of Privacy
  • Public Disclosure of Private Facts
  • Other Common Law Claims
  • Violations of Privacy Statutes

Contemporary Privacy Claims

  • Discrimination Complaints
  • Unfair Labor Practices
  • Wage and Hour Violations
  • Harassment Complaints


  • Videotaping
  • Audio Recordings
  • Email Surveillance
  • Social Media Issues
  • Electronic Communications Privacy Act (the Wiretap Law)
  • The Stored Communications Act

Employer Best Practices

  • Policies
  • Off-Duty Behavior
  • Bring Your Own Device Agreements
  • Email Best Practices
  • Social Networking Best Practices
  • Cybersecurity

Investigating Complaints

And much more!

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