Hiring, Evaluating and Monitoring Employees in the Age of Social Media and Big Data
Title: Hiring, Evaluating and Monitoring Employees in the Age of Social Media and Big Data
Date:Wednesday, May 7th from 9:45 to 11 am
Location: Grand Sonoran E JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa 5350 East Marriott Drive
Marko Mrkonich Shareholder Littler, Minneapolis
Deanna Ruddock Lindquist Assistant General Counsel Wells Fargo
Stacy James Shareholder Littler, San Diego
Michael Housman, AM, PHDChief Analytics OfficerEvolv
Keith Hult Shareholder Littler, Chicago
Data rules! Potential employees expose their most personal details online – with Instagram photos, Vine videos, Facebook updates and more! Technology now enables us to closely monitor the comings and goings of our employees and also monitor their every keystroke and web visit. Big Data now promises to enable precise determinations as to whom to hire, what they will be good at and whether they are meeting their metrics.
What are the employment law ramifications of applying social and computer science models to such fundamental questions as how to hire and evaluate employees for advancement? How do employers respect employee rights while still preserving their right to monitor, and control, employee social media and personal information? In this session, we will engage in a lively discussion of how Big Data is impacting the workplace now and in the near future.
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