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Employees May Not "Like" You on Facebook, But That's Not Grounds for Termination

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 ("NLRB") has just surprisingly found...

Does the NLRB "Like" Your Social Media Policy?

A recent decision from the National Labor Relation Board's ("NLRB's") Division of Judges further exemplifies the NLRB's proactive approach in scrutinizing both union and non-union employers' social media policies. In Kroger Co. v. Granger , the judge found that several provisions...

Facebook Firing Causes Unfair Labor Practice Double Play For NLRB

In Triple Play Sports Bar & Grille [pdf] , the NLRB unanimously concluded that an employer unlawfully fired two employees for their off-duty Facebooking, and less-than unanimously concluded that the same employer’s social media policy was unlawfully restrictive [an enhanced version of this...