NLRA May Protect Your Employees' Facebook Rants (Regardless of Union Status!)

The National Labor Relations Board recently accused an employer of engaging in unfair labor practices when it fired an employee who complained about her supervisor on her personal Facebook page. Although this complaint has received extensive coverage already, Dickinson attorney Megan Erickson joins the discussion with a post on Erickson’s Social Networking Law Blog that makes it clear this NLRB complaint does not sound the death knell on employer social media policies or internet policies.

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