Tips On Social Media Use For Health Care Employers

Law360, New York (October 24, 2012, 4:16 PM EDT) -- By now, everyone is probably familiar with Dawnmarie Souza’s dispute with American Medical Response, in which the National Labor Relations Board sided with an emergency medical technician’s right to bad-mouth her supervisor on Facebook (the case eventually settled), as well as the three memoranda issued by the NLRB’s acting general counsel on social media issues.

All employers have had difficulty placing appropriate controls on employees’ use of social media while trying not to run afoul of the NLRB, but the situation is even more complicated for...
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