Employee Misconduct in a Digital Age
Educational Luncheon 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Presented by Brook Schaub
To register: Employee Misconduct in a Digital Age
HR professionals are dealing with issues they could not have predicted when they first entered the profession. Pornography in the workplace, stalking, theft of documents, and sexual harassment are now common in many businesses. The world has become digital, so have the methods of acceptable use policies. While HR professionals have updated policies for the digital workplace, not all understand how important digital evidence preservation may be to their company. This course will use examples of violations to reveal how violations have occurred, the need to coordinate with IT professionals, and provide information on eDiscovery and civil litigation issues that affect HR professionals.
1. Provide insight into digital evidence issues involving employee misconduct
2. Explore model policy issues that should be adapted by HR, concerning digital evidence
3. Present related case examples of employee misconduct in the digital world
4. Give guidance on the handling of digital evidence issues in civil, criminal, or union hearing cases
About the Speaker:
Brook is a no-nonsense kind of guy, which is exactly what Eide Bailly was looking for in 2010 when Brook joined the firm's forensics accounting team in Minneapolis. His experience and expertise in licensed law enforcement and computer forensics is impressive, if not downright intimidating. Brook was the driving force behind the Minnesota Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and is frequently published in a variety of International association newsletters, Bar association journals and law enforcement periodicals. He's a true professional and an invaluable asset to Eide Bailly and our clients.
Approved: 1.0 SHRM credit
Pending: 1.0 HRCI credit
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Educational luncheons are free for FMHRA members & student members.
Non-members: Please register and submit payment one week prior to the meeting. $30 charge per meeting.
Student non-members: Please email email@example.com if you would like to attend. Your first meeting is free of charge.