Social Media and the National Labor Relations Board

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Recent statistics suggest that employer discipline of employees for off-the-job tweets, blogs and Facebook postings is on the rise. Employers have justifiable concerns regarding loss of confidential information, as well as poor public exposure, as a result of the online rants and raves of workers. However, the National Labor Relations Board, which applies to both union and non-union employers, has provided some cover for employees who cannot resist telling their friends and the world what they think of their employer.

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