Legal Briefs™ Workplace Privacy: Privacy in Cyberspace

Legal Briefs™ Workplace Privacy: Privacy in Cyberspace

Workplace Privacy

The internet and social media have created new areas of concern for managers. You might wonder, how can privacy law even be an issue for something that is so public? Well, the answer is, there are at least two kinds of privacy. One is where we have to keep confidential information… confidential. But the other is where an employer is not allowed to consider an employee’s private life, even if that life is very public.

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Competencies

  • Developing Core Leadership Skills
  • Managing Legal Risk

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Training Files (1)

TitleTypeTime/PagesLanguage 
Privacy in Cyberspace
Video with graphics and narrator
Video Vignette05:31 minEnglishDemo

Additional Information

Part of the Legal Briefs™ Workplace Privacy: Does it Really Exist? program and is an effective program for all levels of management. Prior to conducting a training session, review and be thoroughly familiar with your organization’s policies and procedures regarding workplace privacy.
This course is based on the current federal laws governing workplace privacy. As part of your preparation, you should consult with your HR and/or legal team to make sure you fully understand how and why workplace privacy applies to your organization and what responsibilities lay with managers within your organization.


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