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How to Stay on the NLRB's "Friends" List

by Chrys A. Martin and Krista N. Hardwick You may recall that last November we told you about the Connecticut employer who faced NLRB charges for firing an employee who posted derogatory comments about the company on Facebook ( http://www.bullivant.com/Facebook-Not-Grounds-For-Termination ). Last week...

Lessons Learned From Twitter and Facebook: The Dangers of Overbroad Social Media Policies

The role of social media in the workplace has taken center stage over the past couple months as the National Labor Relations Board has issued numerous complaints against union and non-union companies alleging violations of Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act. The complaints clearly signal...