Finally... An NLRB Social Media Decision that Doesn't Give Employers Heartburn!


Those of you who have been following the saga regarding the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) new inroad into both non-unionized and unionized workplaces through finding that their work rules and social media policies, both on their face and as applied, violate Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act by chilling concerted activity will be at least somewhat relieved to hear about the latest NLRB Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) opinion, Karl Knauz Motors, Inc.

This case was referenced as the most ghastly example of the NLRB’s exercise of power among all of those referenced in the Board’s General Counsel’s recent press release in our September 8 alert.

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