Strict Social Media Policies Won't Curry NLRB's Favor

Law360, New York (January 25, 2012, 10:35 PM EST) -- A new report on social media cases, issued by the National Labor Relations Board's acting general counsel on Wednesday, reaffirms that the agency will find unlawful sweeping social media policies that curtail workers' ability to gripe about things like working conditions and wages.

The Operations Management Memo comes about six months after NLRB acting general counsel Lafe Solomon issued his first report on social media-related case developments. The agency's regional offices have been asked to send social media cases with merit to the NLRB's Division of...
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