Corporations are always protecting against reputational damage of one form or another. That has been magnified with social media and viral videos showing unflattering off-duty employee conduct that does not align with the public stances a company has taken on important social issues. What is the correct response, legally and otherwise? How does a company balance its corporate values, responsibilities to other employees, and legal obligations in these situations? If “Karen” or “Ken” conduct becomes known within your organization, what will you do?
Event Type: Webinar, CLE / CPD
- Start Date/Time:
- 26 August 2020, 2:00 PM EDT
- End Date/Time:
- 26 August 2020, 3:30 PM EDT
In this 90-minute roundtable, our lawyers and guests will discuss their views about this timely topic in an engaging conversation.
Our speakers are leaders in their organizations and communities:
- Tyree P. Jones, Jr. chairs Reed Smith’s global Labor and Employment practice group
- Lori Block leads the global Strategic Perspectives and Positioning team at Buck
- LaTanya Langley is Vice President & General Counsel of Emerging Markets & Group Supply Chain at BIC and a Member of the Association of Corporate Counsel
- Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. is President and CEO of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)