NLRB Nixes Claim Over Facebook Posts For Lack Of Evidence

Law360, New York (February 24, 2014, 7:39 PM EST) -- The National Labor Relations Board has overturned a judge's ruling that a printing company violated federal labor law when a supervisor indicated that a worker's shift was being changed because of things he posted on Facebook, finding that there wasn't enough evidence to show the posts were protected.

In a ruling dated Feb. 12, the labor board nixed Administrative Law Judge William Nelson Cates' ruling against Quad Graphics Inc. unit World Color (USA) Corp. over a supervisor's alleged remark to lead press operator John Vollene, who...
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