The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) is the world's largest organization serving the professional and business interests of attorneys who practice in the legal departments of corporations, associations, nonprofits and other private-sector organizations around the globe.
Digital communications and electronically stored data come with inherent vulnerabilities and the potential for employer liability. Harnessing the power of the digital age while controlling workplace risks is a challenge. The notion of electronic communications and social media in the workplace has changed drastically over the past decade, morphing from activities employers often sought to limit to required activities of one’s job in many occupations, including those that will help grow the business. This InfoPAK covers laws impacting privacy and data security and best practices for reducing workplace information risk. It also discusses the particular benefits and risks of the company’s use of social media and social networking technologies. Finally, it looks at the issues in employment litigation arising out of digital information and communications.
This InfoPAK is designed to provide corporate counsel with a general overview of employee benefits. The InfoPAK will focus on how ERISA and the Internal Revenue Code apply to health and welfare and retirement benefits provided by employers to their employees.
The U.S. Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides employees with benefits and protections while on leave. Employers are required to follow strict rules for employee continuation of health benefits. Learn what you need to arm yourself for these situations in this Quick Overview.
The objective of this primer is to provide general counsel, human resource practitioners, lawyers, advisers and managers with an overview of developments in employment and labour law in a variety of jurisdictions across the world.
The information in any resource collected in this virtual library should not be construed as legal advice or legal opinion on specific facts and should not be considered representative of the views of its authors, its sponsors, and/or ACC. These resources are not intended as a definitive statement on the subject addressed. Rather, they are intended to serve as a tool providing practical advice and references for the busy in-house practitioner and other readers.