Latoya Asia E*TRADE Financial Corporation, Assistant GC
Shanda Botts AARP, VP, Associate GC --Employment Law
Barbara Johnson BLJohnsonLaw, Founder
Employment and Labor
Program Level: Intermediate
Duration: 61 minutes
Delivery Date: July 6, 2018
Release Date: May 27, 2019
This program is the first in a series of presentations focused on employment issues where state laws have a major impact. Historically, employment law was very federal law-centric. If an employer followed federal employment laws such as Title VII or the Fair Labor Standards Act, an employer would be in compliance with most significant employment laws. Over the last few years, state and local governments have enacted a myriad of employment laws, creating major challenges for multi-state employers. Our objective is to help the audience understand trends.
In this session, we start with a very state law focused topic–off duty conduct of employees. First we’ll talk about state laws that govern employers’ ability to take action based on an employee’s off-duty conduct. Then, we discuss appropriate actions when an employee is accused or convicted of criminal conduct. We will wrap up by focusing on taking action against an employee because of off duty political activity and social media posts.
At the end of this session/webinar, participants will be able to take appropriate employment action when an employee engages in off-duty conduct that affects the workplace.
– Minutes 1 -5: Introduction
- – Minutes 5 – 15: Topic 1 – State laws affecting an employer’s ability to take action because of off-duty conduct
- – Minutes 15 -35: Topic 2 – How should employers address an employee’s alleged criminal conduct
- – Minutes 35 – 55: Topic 3 – How should employers address an employee’s political statements and social media
- – Minutes 55 – 60: Closing Statements
This program is currently available for general credit in the following states:
In addition, we have applied for credit in Ohio and will promptly update the list above when the program is approved.
*In Hawaii and New Jersey, we rely on their reciprocity policies pursuant to which our programs are deemed accredited once they are approved in the various reciprocity states where we apply such as California, Illinois, New York, Pennsylvania and Texas.
For information on attendance reporting, please refer to the CLE Info page.