Employers Risk NLRB’s Wrath With Limits On Workplace Pics

Law360, New York (July 03, 2013, 8:28 PM ET) -- Employers looking to safeguard confidential information and protect their reputations by restricting workers' ability to take photographs and video footage in the workplace should be cautious about incurring the National Labor Relations Board's wrath, since the question of when those activities are protected by federal labor law is clearly on the NLRB's radar, lawyers say.

Currently, there's not much guidance from the NLRB laying out the exact circumstances under which workplace photos and video, or disciplinary actions against workers who take pictures, are going to be...
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