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New York Times Examines NLRB Social Media Rulings


The New York Times published an interesting article yesterday summarizing the NLRB's recent focus on employer social media policies. This is a topic we have been following for many months. See our prior posts here.

The Times article correctly notes these rulings “ apply to virtually all private sector employers” including non-union workplaces. It describes several recent cases and highlights social media policies issued or updated by several large employers, including Wal-Mart, GM and Costco. The New York Times article can be accessed in its entirety by clicking on the link below.

The New York Times – “Even if It Enrages Your Boss, Social Net Speech Is Protected


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