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Does Social Media Change the Meaning of “Solicitation?”

Consider the following scenario. Your company uses sales representatives to sell its products. To protect your company's relationship with its other employees, you require all sales reps to sign a no-solicitation agreement as a condition of their employment. Under the agreement reps cannot "directly...

Barran Liebman Alert: NLRB Targets No Solicitation Policy in Retailer's Employee Handbook

by Jose Klein Among the labor law trends that Barran has chronicled in its Electronic Alerts is the National Labor Relations Board's ("NLRB") expansive interpretation of what constitutes an unlawful restraint on an employee's exercise of his or her rights under the National ...

NLRB Re-Affirms That Workplace Policies Cannot Restrict Non-Work-Time Solicitations

Have you recently reviewed your company’s Electronic Communications Policy, and other policies that regulate how employees use your email and other computer systems? If not, you might want to consider putting that to-do on your short list. Late last year, in Purple Communications , the NLRB...