NLRB Says Shamrock Employees Can't Link To Company Site

Law360 (July 30, 2020, 10:25 PM EDT) -- The National Labor Relations Board reversed an agency judge's decision and ruled that part of a Shamrock Foods policy barring workers from linking to the company's website on their personal blogs does not run afoul of federal labor law.

The NLRB's Wednesday decision said that a reasonable employee would understand the Phoenix-based Shamrock's blogging policy exists so the company does not appear to endorse what employees say and do on their own time.

"Linking a blog to the respondent's website could create the impression that Shamrock is associated with the blog in some way, possibly that it endorses or at least...

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