She Partied Like a Rockstar...

June 02, 2021
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
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She Partied Like a Rockstar...Now What?

presented by 

Jenni Stone, SHRM-CP, PHR
HR Director, Partner HR Shield

About our presentation:

Out of work conduct, such as employee behavior at social events, personal relationships in the workplace and recreational use of drugs and/or alcohol by employees has always been a gray area for employers. Today, employers have the technological means, and occasionally the inclination, to find out what workers are doing when outside of the workplace. However, your right to monitor your employees' conduct off the job and to make decisions based on that conduct is limited. If your investigation or questions invade an employee's right to privacy, you might end up in court defending those actions.

This presentation will discuss:

 - Trends in employee monitoring
 - Ethical questions stemming from the increase in employee monitoring
 - Explore the legal basis for monitoring employee conduct both in and out of work. Current common law protections and statutory protections.
 - New federal legislation to close the gaps in employee privacy law.

About our speaker:

Jenni is HR Director, and Partner at HR Shield, a company that provides HR solutions to small and midsize businesses nationwide. Jenni holds a Masters degree in HR Management and is dual certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR) and a Certified Professional (SHRM-CP).
She is active in a number of professional organizations including, South Carolina SHRM State Council where she serves as Secretary, Greenville SHRM where she serves as Conference Director, and Society of Human Resources Management. Jenni continues to share her wealth of knowledge of HR as a SHRM blogger and is a frequent speaker at professional human resource meetings and conferences across the country.

Jenni lived in Tampa Bay for over 25 years, and recently relocated to beautiful Travelers Rest, South Carolina. She’s a wife, mother to 2 beautiful grown children, and grandmother to 2. When she’s not doing “HR” she’s a personal chef, avid motorcyclist and singer.

Pre-approved for recertification credit by SHRM and HRCI


NOTE: This course qualifies for the new ethics requirement for HRCI certification holders.  [There is NOT a specific “Ethics Credit” designation to select from when entering this activity. Simply include one ethics-themed activity in your recertification plan and check the required “ethics affirmation box” once you are ready to submit your recertification application.]


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$15.00 Non Member or Guest

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