(PART 1) Employee (Mis)conduct on Social Media

Strike the right balance between respecting the right to free speech and protecting against hostility in the workplace, all under social media.

In an extremely tense, pandemic, election year, employees are bound to take varying position on these and other divisive issues on social media and in the workplace. When that happens, the nation's conflicts can quickly become workplace conflicts. Dealers need to know what the law is and how to respond before these inevitable issues arise or risk serious morale problems and, potentially, lawsuits.

This seminar will cover how to establish appropriate conduct-based rules and how to respond to violations both inside and outside of the workplace.

More specifically, this seminar will cover:

  • The employment and labor law considerations for establishing conduct-based rules.
  • How to address questionable conduct in three areas: potential violations in the workplace, lawful conduct potentially violating policy outside the workplace including on social media, and unlawful conduct outside the workplace.
  • Details of the recent National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) law change and how it affects dealers.


Who Should Attend 
This seminar is recommended for GM’s, controllers, HR management, office managers, and any dealership personnel who oversees employees.

About Your Presenter 
Matthew Tews, Partner, Stinson

Matt is known for his vigorous, ethical representation of employers in litigation, traditional labor law matters and collective bargaining negotiations, and before a range of courts and goverment agencies. To learn more about Matt, click HERE

 

  All social distancing and CDC guidelines will be observed for this seminar.
Must be pre-registered to attend. On-site registrations will not be accepted.

DATE/TIME

Wednesday, July 22
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

LOCATION 

DoubleTree by Hilton Roseville Minneapolis
2540 Cleveland Ave N
Roseville, MN 55113

All social distancing and CDC guidelines will be observed for this seminar.

FEE 

MADA Members:
$199 pp 


Non MADA Members:
$259 pp

 

We are currently transitioning to our Association Management System, if you experience any difficulties with registration, please contact Becca Scholz at becca@mada.org or 
651-789-2934


QUESTIONS

Contact Alice Morse
alice@mada.org 
651-789-2956