Understand the common law concepts of privacy and the ramifications if you don’t. Learn about the federal and state constitutional laws and legislation governing workplace privacy. Study the effects and limits of workplace monitoring and employment screening. Explore the potential bases for legal actions and different types of privacy agreements.
In today’s business environment, all supervisors, entrepreneurs, or employees should understand their rights and the laws and policies that protect workplace privacy.
This course will provide a basic understanding of the legal framework governing workplace privacy. Learners will increase familiarity with the body of law that protects employees’ privacy rights. Learners will explore the laws that apply to workplace monitoring as well as common employment agreements.
Here are the topics we’ll cover:
Module 1: Federal Constitutional Concepts and Legislation
Module 2: Employment Screening
Module 3: Workplace Monitoring
Module 4: Workplace Investigations
Module 5: Employment Agreements
Module 6: Causes of Action
This course is not meant to be construed as legal advice. The information learned may serve as a basis to guide you in the correct direction. However, Stoops Colab cannot be responsible for counsel within the context of this course.
You can expect to spend 6-10 hours per week reviewing course content, engaging in interactive videos, and discussion board conversations. You will also have one live check-in with the instructor during the course.
No, there is not! Downloadable forms, transcripts, and other useful resources will be made available to all learners.
This is a pass/fail course. You must score 75% to complete the course.
This innovative learning format allows hardworking professionals to conveniently meet, collaborate, and network with other business professionals.
Discussion boards allow for engaging conversations as well as the check-ins with the instructor.
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This is the fourth of four courses required in the Certification in Employment and Human Resources Law though there are no prerequisites to taking this course.