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Discipline in a Facebook World: Meeting the Challenges Presented by Social Media in the Federal Workplace
Discipline in a Facebook World: Meeting the Challenges Presented by Social Media in the Federal Workplace
 
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Presented by Robin Wink

An employee blogs in support of a political candidate. A government client tries to friend you on Facebook. An employee is bullying a co-worker online. What, if anything, can you do?

Social media has blurred the distinction between work life and personal life -- as well as the appropriate agency response when things go awry. Get clarity from Robin Wink, an attorney who has successfully defended federal agencies in hundreds of cases before the EEO and MSPB.

Ms. Wink will explain how to evaluate whether nexus exists between someone's private online activity and their effectiveness as a federal employee. Plus, along with an understanding of the implications for employees on sick leave or workers' comp, you'll walk away with a framework for determining when and what discipline is warranted in situations involving:

  • Online harassment or threats
  • Activities covered under the Hatch Act
  • Derogatory Facebook postings
  • Emails, texts and tweets on employer devices
  • And more!

(2013. CD. 90 min. Product Code: 4900.100313)


(Printed materials included. CDs must be prepaid. No returns on CDs.)


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