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    Social Media & HR Laws: "What you don't know might hurt you!"

    Date: September 19, 2017, 6:00pm
    Palmetto SHRM
    College of Charleston North Campus
    3800 Paramount Drive
    North Charleston, SC 29405
    $20 Members $25 Non Members
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    Will Kleindienst will review the current political and social climate around social media postings and how they are affecting employees in the workplace.  In depth, he will review what current laws govern employers’ actions & limitation when acting on information they learn via social media.  He will also review developing laws, NLRB developments, and new case laws.  Participants will be able to take away best practices and a sample social media policy. There will be time for question and answers to follow the presentation.

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    William Henry Kleindienst practices primarily on commerical transactions, employment and labor law compliance, business formation and environmental issues in commercial real estate transactions.

    Will Kleindienst advises employers on labor and employment law issues, including drafting employee handbooks, hiring and termination, implementing proper grievance procedures, addressing Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FLSA, FMLA & NLRA issues, drafting employment agreements and restrictive covenants.

    Will Kleindienst is active in a number of different areas in the Lowcountry community. He currently serves on the Board of Assessment Appeals, volunteer attorney for the Lowcounty Aids Legal Services, Volunteer attorney with SC Equality's Post DOMA Litigation Task Force, member of the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors, SC Bar Association and the Charleston County Bar Association. Will is a resident of Park Circle and a board member at the Mixson Bath and Racquet Club. He is a league tennis player in Charleston and competes in a number of different tournaments around the state and nation.

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