Resources For Cue Members – Free Webinar HR Technology: Why Your Lawyer Doesn’t Sleep

  • January 28, 2017

CUE Member Webinar

Please register for our free webinar for CUE members HR Technology: Why Your Lawyer Doesn’t Sleep on Feb 16, 2017 3:00 PM EST.

Webinar Topic

Smartphones, social media, video surveillance, remote work, and social recruiting are no longer news in the workplace. Artificial intelligence, RFID tags, GPS-powered apps, and DNA-enhanced fitness trackers are available and becoming more common with eye-popping benefits. As technology is created and adopted by employers, it provides opportunity for innovation and improvement, but it exposes employers to significant new legal risks. This webinar will provide specific tips on how to manage and mitigate those risks, as well as the questions you should be asking your technology vendors and counsel.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Learning objectives:

  • Learn about some new technology available to increase productivity and employee engagement and improve employee wellness
  • Understand the risks associated with new and innovative technology
  • Learn about some ways to mitigate the risks

Presenter Bio of Kate Bischoff of  @k8bischHRLaw

An enthusiastic management-side attorney and SHRM-SCP/SPHR-certified human resources professional, Kate Bischoff advises organizations in a wide range of industries on employment law and human resources issues, from recruitment and workplace culture to terminations. Her strengths include ensuring human resources policies and practices are compliant with federal and state laws, training employees and managers on equal employment opportunity and other supervisory topics, and handling investigations into employee grievances and complaints. Kate’s passionate about improving company culture and using technology (social media and data analytics) in the workplace. After several employment law trials, she speaks from experience when advising clients when administrative and court matters commence. Kate is also an Adjunct Professor with Mitchell Hamline School of Law’s Human Resources Compliance Certificate Program.  Prior to founding tHRive Law & Consulting, Kate served as a human resources officer for the United States Department of State at the U.S. Embassy Lusaka, Zambia and for the U.S. Consulate General Jerusalem.