Finding Balance on Social Media

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My article analyzes two recent NLRB decisions regarding Workplace Social Media Policies, It argues that: Employers need to strike a balance by expressly forbidding harassing and discriminatory behavior in their policies, while still allowing employees to discuss their wages, hours and working conditions without fear of reprisal. The article also discusses the first published NLRB decision upholding the termination of a BMW salesman for a disparaging Facebook post.

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Published In: Labor & Employment Updates

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