Every now and then, I like to update everyone where you can see or hear me wax poetically on all things employment law.
Let’s start with tomorrow (March 19), when I’ll make my triumphant return to DriveThruHR, one of the web’s most popular radio shows discussing human resources. You can listen live at 1 pm on Blog Talk Radio or on DriveThruHR.com. You can also follow the conversation on Twitter @drivethruhr and with the hashtag #dthr.
Here’s what else I have planned through the summer:
On April 11, I’ll be presenting Think Before You Click: Strategies for Managing Social Media in the Workplace for HR.com. It is a free webinar to all registered HR.com members (which itself is free). Registration information is available here.
On April 23, I’ll in Chicago presenting, Is it Legal? Managing Legal Risks while Working with Legal to Build a Flexible Social Media Policy, at GSMI Social Media Strategies Summit. Information on the conference, including resigstration, is available here.
On April 25, I’m at the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association 13th Annual Northern Ohio Labor & Employment Law Conference. I’ve been tasked with what I consider the Keynote, entitled, Federal and State 2012 Employment Law Update: Is Your Client Ready for This?
Finally, I’m in NYC on July 31, presenting at the ACI Employment Discrimination Conference as part of a panel entitled, Social Media and Employment Law: Best Practices for Establishing a Social Media Employee Policy and Minimizing Exposure to Employment Litigation Arising from the Use of Social Media.
You can also keep up to date on where I am appearing throughout the year at the Speaking Engagements link at the top of the page. The page also indexes all of my old gigs.
If you are in attendance at any of the live events, please stop by and say hello.