Social Media Policy Savings Clause

Social Media Policies are organizational personnel policies that outline, often in employee handbooks, acceptable standards for online behavior, as well as ownership and maintenance of organizational social media... more +
Social Media Policies are organizational personnel policies that outline, often in employee handbooks, acceptable standards for online behavior, as well as ownership and maintenance of organizational social media accounts and profiles. The development and enforcement of Social Media Policies can be a controversial issue. For example, some Social Media Policies have been subjected to scrutiny by the National Labor Relations Board for being reasonably interpreted as discouraging "protected concerted activity."  less -
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Social Media Policies And The NLRB: What Employers Need To Know

Social media policies. Chances are your company has one, is in the process of drafting one, or is worried about not having one. Employees continue to gripe about their jobs and their bosses on Facebook, as states like...more

Social Media Policies under Attack by the NLRB

In its first-ever decision on an employer's social media policy, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has found Costco Wholesale Corp.'s policy to be overly broad and unenforceable in the case Costco Wholesale...more

Employment and Labor Law Alert: NLRB Strikes Down Many Common Employment and Social Media Policies.

On Tuesday, just weeks after the National Labor Relations Board issued its first decision on an employer's social media policy in Costco Wholesale Corp., an administrative law judge joined in the Board's efforts to scrutinize...more

NLRB Rejects Costco’s Social Media Policy

NLRB Rejects Costco Social Media Policy–Sends a Message to Employers On September 18, 2012, the National Labor Relations Board issued its first formal decision on an employer’s social media policy. The NLRB rejected...more

NLRB to Costco: Your Social Media Policy Needs a Do-Over

There is no denying that the NLRB has recently devoted significant attention to employee’s use of social media. Since August 2011, the Board’s Acting General Counsel, Lafe Solomon, issued three reports outlining his view of...more

NLRB Strikes Down Overbroad Rules, Nixes Social Media Policy

A recent decision from the NLRB illustrates the importance of carefully reviewing your work rules and policies to assure that the mere maintenance of a rule does not end up being an unfair labor practice. In Costco Wholesale...more

NLRB Mandates Wholesale Changes to Costco's Social Media Policy

There is no denying that the NLRB has recently devoted significant attention to employee’s use of social media. Since August 2011, the Board's Acting General Counsel, Lafe Solomon, issued three reports outlining his view of...more

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