Two Key Elements Every Social Media Policy Should Include

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has taken actions to protect employee free speech on social media, and, let’s face it – most, if not all, of your employees have at least one social media account. In consideration of these limitations, what can an employer’s social media policy cover? What requests can be made without infringing on individual’s rights? Robert Brownstone, a leading authority on social media in the workplace, outlines two key principles every social media policy should include.

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Topics:  NLRB, Protected Concerted Activity, Social Media, Social Media Policy

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