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Employees May Not "Like" You on Facebook, But That's Not Grounds for Termination
Posted on 17 Nov 2010 by Bullivant Houser Bailey PC

by Krista N. H ardwick & Clay D. Creps An employer's right to monitor and restrict what its employees say about the company on websites such as Facebook, Twitter and personal blogs may have drastically changed. The National Labor Relations... Read More

Employees May Not "Like" You on Facebook, But That's Not Grounds for Termination
Posted on 17 Nov 2010 by Bullivant Houser Bailey PC

by Krista N. H ardwick & Clay D. Creps An employer's right to monitor and restrict what its employees say about the company on websites such as Facebook, Twitter and personal blogs may have drastically changed. The National Labor Relations Board... Read More

In light of NLRB ethics probe, is Walmart social media policy still ok?
Posted on 20 Sep 2012 by Robin Shea

Remember that one little bone that the National Labor Relations Board threw to employers on social media policies? The guidance was generally atrocious, but in the last memorandum of the Acting General Counsel a policy developed by Walmart was approved... Read More

Organized Labor and Social Media Policies
Posted on 12 Oct 2010 by Doug Cornelius

While preparing for my presentation today on social media policies , I came a cross this great article by Seth Borden: Labor Disputes Arising out of Social Media . Having organized labor in your workforce will complicate the creation and enforcement... Read More