Despite Labor Board ruling, a fight looms over social media policies
A 24-page memo from the National Labor Relations Board suggests companies are violating employee rights, but the tome leaves many questions unanswered. GM will appeal.
The question of just what employers are legally allowed do when it comes to regulating what their employees say and do on social networking platforms is far from settled. But an ongoing back-and-forth between a handful of companies and the National Labor Relations Board is moving things in that direction. On May 30, the NLRB released a 24-page memo listing several provisions from social media policies at General Motors, Target, and Dish Network, finding ma read more...
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