Bringing thousands of frontline, hourly employees onto a Workplace by Facebook network creates a range of questions and challenges for large organizations. How does a company prevent potential wage and hour violations, govern for the use of personal devices at work, and communicate the difference between “required” and “optional” use of the platform?
Irvine Partner Allison Eckstrom with join collaboration expert Carrie Basham Young, CEO of Workplace partner Talk Social to Me, on June 6 to share practical solutions for the most common barriers that prevent hourly workers from participating on Workplace. Click here to register or here to learn more.
Ideal attendees for this webinar include CHROs, CLOs, CCOs, in-house counsel and other decision-makers involved in providing technology, education and programs to hourly employees. Attendees will come away with a stronger understanding of how to be “Better, Together,” without breaking the law.
At Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, Eckstrom represents clients in complex wage and hour litigation involving claims for employee misclassification, rounding violations, regular rate of pay issues, meal/rest period compliance, expense reimbursement, off-the-clock issues, as well as derivative claims under California’s Unfair Competition Law and Private Attorneys General Act.