American Medical Response of Connecticut and International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 443

Complaint and Notice of Hearing


National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Complaint after an AMR employee was fired for posting critical remarks about her supervisor on Facebook. The NLRB says the employee's Facebook comments are protected under federal labor laws. Employees have the right to criticize employers, work conditions, etc...

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