Expert HR Series - Workplace Wearables: Promising Potential or Potential Pitfall?
Name:Expert HR Series - Workplace Wearables: Promising Potential or Potential Pitfall?
Date:October 25, 2017
Time:7:30 AM - 9:00 AM MST
Canceled for the month of October
Join the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce and Mountain States Employers Council for a series focused on Human Resources. Each seminar will have a different topic ranging from hiring practices, social media, legal issues today and more. This informal series is designed to be a discussion between human resource representatives and is facilitated by a human resource professional. This program has been pre-approved for 1.25 SHRM PDC’s and 1.25 HRCI Re-certification Credits.
Workplace Wearables: Promising Potential or Potential Pitfall?
Evan Schlack, Esq.
Employers, manager, work team leaders and executives
$20 for each seminar
Topic description: More and more, companies are turning to wearable devices like Fitbits and Apple Watches to measure employee productivity, safety, and to give insurance companies ways to track health indicators and habits. But despite all of the promise, are there pitfalls employers should be aware of? Does the ability of these devices to measure various health metrics create the risk of an unlawful “medical examination” in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act? Do GPS-tracking capabilities create potential liability under the National Labor Relations Act? Additionally, who owns the data ultimately collected by these devices? The goal of this program is to discuss this increasingly-popular trend, create awareness of potential legal liabilities, and to permit participants to assess their own organization and whether workplace wearables are the right ‘fit’ for their business.
Space is limited! Sign up today! (limited to 25 attendees)