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The Legal Stuff You Need to Know About Texting in the Workplace
We've seen that someone can be criminally convicted for involuntary manslaughter based on text messages, so what could possibly go wrong with text messages in the workplace? Check out Gregory's conversation with Laura Liss, employment attorney at Chicago-based law firm Patzik, Frank & Samotny Ltd. as they discuss the things both employees and employers need to know when it comes to text messaging and use of mobile technology in the workplace.
You can read more insights from Laura on her blog, The Insightful Employer Lawyer.
Originally Aired: Sep 7, 2017
- The TEXT Talk Live Stream Recording
- Gregory Tall w/Laura Liss, Employment Attorney
DOWNLOAD THE WORKPLACE TEXTING
In July 2017, I launched an online survey asking professionals and entrepreneurs how they use text messaging in the workplace. Download this results report to find out why texting might be better than calling or emailing and why it's not always necessary to proofread that text one last time.
Want even more? Pick up The Text Book which includes 20 text etiquette tips for the workplace as well as actual quotes from the online survey.