[caption id="attachment_6634" align="alignright" width="200"]MageeE-c Erin Magee[/caption] CANTON, OH (Aug. 1, 2013) – Social networking and electronic communication issues are becoming increasingly prevalent in today’s workplace. More and more, employers are struggling with a multitude of issues on how to handle inappropriate comments or photos on an employee’s social media page. At the Aug. 9 AultCare Fast Break Breakfast, attorney Erin Magee of Jackson Kelly, PLLC, will explain what can be done to handle an employee who makes derogatory statements regarding the company or its employees, along with general social networking policies for the workplace. Get ready to learn practices to help minimize an employer’s risk and address privacy laws. The August AultCare Fast Break Breakfast, presented by the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce, is happening on Friday, Aug. 9. Registration begins at 7 a.m. with the program and breakfast following at 7:30 a.m. The Canton Regional Chamber's AultCare Fast Break Breakfasts are held at the Courtyard by Marriott, located at 4375 Metro Circle in North Canton. Tickets are $18 for Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce members, $21 for member tickets purchased less than 48 hours in advance and $25 for non-members. Tickets are available online at, or by calling (330) 458-2070. Beyond this important segment of the program, Fast Break attendees have the opportunity to obtain business leads through enjoyable networking activities at an event that has built a reputation as one of the most energetic lead-producing sessions around. Bring a door prize valued at $15 or more and receive 30 seconds at the microphone to promote your business.

About the Speaker

Magee is leader of the firm’s labor and employment practice group. Her practice currently focuses on labor and employment consultation and litigation, ERISA matters and commercial litigation for energy‑industry clients. She consults daily with employers about work‑related issues, including wage and hour problems, employee leave and benefit questions, reductions in force, drug testing, workplace privacy concerns, personnel policy and handbook drafting and employee discharge and discipline issues. Magee received her bachelor’s degree from the College of William and Mary in Virginia and her law degree from William and Mary’s Marshall Wythe School of Law in 1992.