5 Things To Consider Before Posting Social Media Policies

Law360, New York (September 8, 2014, 10:45 AM EDT) -- It is no longer breaking news that your company needs to have policies that address social media. Now, it is critical to understand what you can and cannot say and do when it comes to social media, and your employees' use of social media. The National Labor Relations Board has had quite a bit to say on the topic.

The NLRB was created back in the 1930s, and was primarily charged with addressing elections for labor unions, and investigating and remedying unfair labor practices. However, since the start of President Obama's administration, the highly political NLRB has become extremely active on...

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