Workplace Privacy Issues Addressed at Charter School Conference
25 Feb 2015
Do you know what privacy rights your employees have at work? Every place of employment deals with workplace privacy issues at one point or another, and charter schools are not exempt. Ireland Stapleton employment law attorneys Michelle B. Ferguson and Matthew A. Court, will speak to school administrators and business managers at the 2015 Colorado League of Charter Schools Conference about the rights schools have to monitor employees’ emails, texts and computer activity, and the ever-cloudy line between workplace and personal communications, including limitations on monitoring or disciplining an employee for statements made over social media. In this presentation administrators and business managers will learn about the ever-changing rules for workplace privacy and develop best practices for addressing conduct harmful to the school without interfering with an employee’s privacy rights, whether in the workplace, off-duty or over the Internet.
For more information on this topic or other employment law guidance, contact Michelle B. Ferguson at email@example.com.
Ireland Stapleton Pryor & Pascoe is a proud to sponsor the 2015 Colorado League of Charter Schools Conference.