NLRB Issues Guidance For Lawful Employer Social Media Policies

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Employers take note: the social media policy you put in place to curtail employee comments on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and other areas of the digital world may get you in hot water with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). In what may signal an attempt to strike a balance between employee rights and employer concerns, a recently released policy memo from the NLRB’s Office of the General Counsel provides employers with some guidance in crafting acceptable social media policies.

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