SSEK to Speak at Free Employment Law Webinar

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You are Invited to a Free 90-Minute Webinar Sponsored by the Employment Law Alliance

“What Employers in Asia/Pacific Need to Know about Monitoring Employee Off-Duty Conduct and Use of Social Media”

You are invited to a free 90-minute webinar on Wednesday, February 24 and/or Thursday, February 25 entitled, “What Employers in Asia/Pacific Need to Know about Monitoring Employee Off-Duty Conduct and Use of Social Media.” There are two sessions – one featuring jurisdictions in South Asia/Pacific on Wednesday, February 24 and one featuring jurisdictions in North Asia on Thursday, February 25. You can click here to register for either or both. They will cover the same general information and topics.

Please share this invitation with as many of your colleagues as you want. If you will be in the same room listening together, only one person needs to register. If you will be in different offices or locations, each person will need to register. You will view the PowerPoint slides via your computer and can listen either via your computer speakers or the telephone. If it is difficult for you or others to attend, the webinar will be recorded and posted on the ELA website within a week of the live event; you are welcome to listen to it there.

Richard D. Emmerson, a senior foreign legal advisor at SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants, will be a speaker during the South Asia/Pacific session on Wednesday, February 24.

Webinar Description

With the advancement of privacy laws globally, employers in Asia and the Pacific continue to wrestle with just how far the right of privacy extends to employees in the employment context. What actions and activities do employers have the right to monitor or at least know about, and what can they do once they uncover any wrongdoing? Featuring employment lawyers from across the Asia Pacific, this webinar will examine the differences among jurisdictional laws and offer practical insight, guidance, and best practices into how employers can address the following key issues:

  • Can employers dictate employee conduct outside working hours and the workplace? What types of outside conduct are actionable?
  • Is an employee’s freedom of expression subject to the interests of the employer?
  • To what extent does an employee have the right to express personal views on social media, even if they do not align with those of the employer?

Who Should Attend?

The webinar is an invitation-only event exclusively for clients of ELA member law firms. The information presented will be of particular interest to:

  • In-house Counsel
  • Human Resources Professionals
  • Corporate Executives and Business Owners

Register

Click here to register and then click the “register” link to the right of the title. Please be sure to confirm the corresponding start time in your local time zone.

About Richard Emmerson

Richard D. Emmerson has more than 30 years of experience as a corporate-commercial lawyer. He is regularly acknowledged as one of Indonesia’s leading labor and employment lawyers by independent legal publications including Chambers Asia Pacific, Asialaw and Who’s Who Legal. His practice also includes foreign investment planning, the establishment of subsidiaries and joint venture companies and their ongoing corporate and commercial affairs, corporate restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, and real estate law.

About the Employment Law Alliance

The Employment Law Alliance is the most comprehensive network of labor and employment attorneys in the world. ELA members provide employment, labor and immigration expertise in more than 135 countries around the globe and all 50 U.S. states. They work closely together to ensure that their clients’ legal matters are handled seamlessly wherever they do business. ELA provides a smarter, more efficient and effective alternative to using a single multi-state or multinational law firm. For more information about the ELA, please visit: www.employmentlawalliance.com.

SSEK Legal Consultants is the ELA member firm in Indonesia.

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