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?

Speakers: Tyree P. Jones

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)