7 Things to Include in a Workplace Generative AI Policy

Monday, November 13, 2023

Janice Sued Agresti and Erin Bolan Hines were quoted in an HRDive article discussing items that human resource professionals should include in an employer’s generative AI policy. “Putting your head in the sand is not really the approach here,” said Janice. It is crucial to train employees and consider any applicable legal obligations, but it’s also prudent to write generative AI policies, she added.

While some employers will decide that no employees may use AI, others may opt to limit generative AI use to specific groups of employees. “Perhaps there are certain experts who can easily evaluate AI-created content,” said Erin. “There are many ways to think about who should be using the technology at certain locations (perhaps because of state or local laws) or in specific fields,” she added.  

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