CORRECTED: Chipotle Didn't Violate Labor Law By Asking Worker To Delete Tweets: NLRB

By Matthew Bultman (August 19, 2016, 4:34 PM EDT) -- The National Labor Relations Board on Thursday found a Chipotle restaurant in Pennsylvania did not violate federal labor law when it asked a worker to delete certain Twitter postings, including one with "cheap #labor."

But the three-member NLRB panel said it was a violation for Chipotle Services LLC, which operates a chain of restaurants throughout the U.S., including one in Havertown, Pa., just west of Philadelphia, to fire the worker after he circulated a petition over break policies.

The board's ruling comes after an administrative law judge, Susan A. Flynn, found in March, among other things, that the company violated James...

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