The Fallout from the Latest NLRB Salvo on Social Media

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Last year, I mentioned that I was growing a bit tired about writing about social media in the workplace.

It’s not that the topic isn’t interesting; it’s just that there isn’t that much new to discuss.  For those of us who have been writing about it for years, we’ve seen much of this for a while.

(Though to be fair, my earliest post on Facebook talked more about its use for employment screening; its adoption in the workplace shows just how far Facebook has come in four years.)

And yet, every pronouncement from the NLRB is treated as if it is written in stone with lots of suggestions on how to rewrite all of your policies.

The latest was an updated report last month from the NLRB on the topic again.  Rather than jump on board with a quick summary, I’ve decided to take a step back and really look at how significant this report really is.

Please see full article below for more information.

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