The NLRB Is Watching Your Social Media Policy Whether You Have a Union or Not
Although you may not realize it, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), which is usually thought of as protecting the rights of union workers in the U.S., also has the ability to reach into non-unionized employee relations. Most recently, the NLRB has been scrutinizing company Social Media Policies and routinely finding that they violate the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) section 7.
That section provides protections for all U.S. employees, without regard to whether they are curre...
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