Employees represent the greatest risk to your organization’s vital information. Preserving and protecting your Studies and surveys continue to show that employees represent the greatest risk to your organization’s vital information. Preserving and protecting your information—and your rights as an employer—starts by having the right policies and procedures in place even before employment begins, as well as during employment, as you learn of their departure, and after employment is terminated.
This human resources webinar covers the main measures that are critical to protecting an organization from the potential aftermath and consequences of an employee’s departure.
- Explore the reality of how departing employees can impact an organization.
- Examine what organizations need to do prior to and during employment to position the organization to defend itself.
- Discuss various ways the organization can better protect itself pending an employee’s departure, on the last day of employment, and after employment ends.
With more than 25 years of diverse experience in forensic accounting, law practice, information technology (IT) systems, and corporate management, Marc Courey assists clients with financial forensic investigations and fraud risk assessments, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance requirements, and regulatory compliance engagements and internal investigations. He also has significant experience assisting organizations with e-discovery and litigation readiness preparedness and formation and governance issues including risk management, business ethics, and employment practices.
1.0 CPE Credits