Will I get fired for this?: Off-duty Conduct and the Workplace.
Now more than ever employers are aware of what their employees are doing after hours. In the age of social media and viral videos, evidence of employees at their best and, moreover, at their worst can quickly become widespread for everyone—coworkers, managers, customers—to see. Can and should employers discipline employees for unsavory off-duty conduct? The short answer: it depends. Join Katie Short, Assistant General Counsel and Senior Vice President at Bank of America, as we explore the thorny legal questions relating to off-duty conduct like marijuana usage, criminal arrests, unpopular political opinions and more.
Katie Short, Assistant General Counsel & SVP| Bank of America, N.A. | Global Labor & Employment Group