Who Cares about Social Media?


You can put your hands down!

Amid the flurry of “social media” alerts you are receiving on what seems like a daily basis, we want to make sure one voice that non-union employers can sometimes tend to ignore is heard – the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).

In addition to trying to make sure much of the now defunct Employee Free Choice Act is enacted “administratively” through its case decisions and “rules,” the NLRB is also intensely focused on making sure employers do not overstep what it considers to be appropriate boundaries regarding the implementation and enforcement of their social media policies.

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