A. Martin and Krista N.
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 ).
On this edition, Darrell R. VanDeusen of Kollman & Saucier, P.A. in Timonium, Md. discusses legal restrictions on electronic communications and social media in the employment arena, recent caselaw, and what is different about the private sector. He also looks at a NLRB case involving an ambulance...
Editor: Heath H. Galloway
Facebook is everywhere, and its implications for
employers can be maddening. It is one thing to prevent your employees from
using Facebook while they are at work, but what control do you have over what
your employees say on Facebook when they are not at work? Can you discipline...
On September 14, 2012, the President's Office of Management and Budget released a report on what the estimated impact of sequestration pursuant to Sequestration Transparency Act, as mandated by the Budget Control Act of 2011, would be on January 2, 2013, should the Congress not agree upon a budget...