Developing Social Media Policies That Survive NLRB Scrutiny

, New York Law Journal


Eric Raphan, Jonathan Stoler and Sean J. Kirby of Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton, write: Given recent NLRB decisions, and the NLRB's stated intention to continue focusing on such cases, employers must take steps to ensure that their social media policies will pass NLRB scrutiny, while still protecting themselves in situations where an employee has posted unfavorable comments about the employer on social media.

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