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Website Compliance for HR: How Employment and Other Laws Impact Obligations Concerning Accessibility, Privacy, and More - On-Demand

Website Compliance for HR: How Employment and Other Laws Impact Obligations Concerning Accessibility, Privacy, and More - On-Demand

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Website Compliance for HR: How Employment and Other Laws Impact Obligations Concerning Accessibility, Privacy, and More - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to review the functionality of their organization’s website and ensure that it complies with federal and state regulations regarding privacy, accessibility, and more.


A company website is often the first thing an individual sees or seeks to learn about the organization, and in that sense, the website is the actual face of the company. It’s the link between the organization and viewers, customers, employees, investors, and stakeholders. A professional, accessible website is a necessity for a company to thrive.

That said, there are legal issues that can arise. Applicants on an organization’s website must have accessibility, and this can be challenging in regards to applicants with disabilities. Courts are starting to apply Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protections to job applicants and other website visitors whose experience is hampered by inaccessible website features and functionality. And the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), as interpreted by the California Attorney General in his proposed regulations, seems to require website privacy policies and notices to be accessible to people with disabilities in a manner consistent with generally recognized industry standards.

Other compliance issues may arise under federal laws, such as HIPAA. In addition, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has potential global reach, and requires organizations that collect personal data on their website to post a privacy policy.

Further, organizations have to be able to keep their promises regarding privacy and accessibility, or run afoul of the Federal Trade Commission’s consumer protection authority.  

Find out what you can do—and what you must do—to ensure that your website is performing the functions you want it to, without igniting any legal missteps.

Use this on-demand webinar with Attorney Usama Kahf  of Fisher Phillips LLP. This webinar will provide essential information outlining HR’s role in helping to reduce the risk of liability stemming from privacy and website accessibility-related issues.

After attending this webinar, you’ll be able to:

  • Ensure that your website is accessible for all applicants
  • Craft a legally compliant website privacy policy
  • Navigate CCPA accessibility requirements for online privacy policies and notices
  • Recognize what the ADA requirements are—plus get tips on how to remedy any problems you spot 
  • Watch out for state-based compliance pitfalls that may affect organizations’ websites
  • Avoid missteps with personal data collection, that could be affected by the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation
  • Comply with HIPPA’s compliance requirements
  • And much more!

About Your Presenter

Usama KahfUsama Kahf, Esq.
Partner
Fisher Phillips LLP

Usama Kahf is a Partner in Fisher Phillips’ Irvine office. He represents employers of all sizes in matters of workplace privacy, data security, unfair competition, and trade secret theft and corporate espionage. Usama has assisted clients in responding to data breach incidents affecting thousands of individuals, in states across the country. He regularly conducts trainings and publishes articles relating to data privacy and data breach matters, including data breach counseling, reporting, and litigation trends. Usama has been actively advising clients on compliance with the CCPA and has presented on the topic numerous times.