Worker Allowed to Criticize Boss on Facebook

According to the National Labor Relations Board, an employee is allowed to express their opinion about their employer on social media sites under the First Amendment without the threat of termination.


Though supposedly this applies to both union and non-union positions, it seems that this opinion will have more weight for union employees who are protected by a labor contract the union negotiates with the employer. ¬†To be continued….

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One Response to “Worker Allowed to Criticize Boss on Facebook”

  1. NLRB to Rule on Employee Social Media Rights « Reading Tea Leaves by Randy Wilson Says:

    […] to Rule on Employee Social Media Rights By Randy Wilson Earlier this month I posted about the NLRB advocating on behalf of an employee who chose to rant about his employer on […]

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