Changes At NLRB May Mean Retaliation For Posting #MeToo

Law360 (March 28, 2018, 11:11 AM EDT) -- The National Labor Relations Board is rolling back protections for workers who post on social media at a time when many women are taking to online platforms to share their stories of sexual harassment and assault in the workplace.

The Obama-era NLRB, relying on longstanding protections and interpretations of the National Labor Relations Act, took strong steps to protect workers who speak out about working conditions on social media. Beginning in 2011 with three reports by the then-acting general counsel, and culminating in a series of board and courts of appeals decisions, the NLRB found a number of employer social media...

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