Additional Online Protection for Employees?

This article adds an interesting, additional protection employees may have under the National Labor Relations Act.  “Concerted Activity” which is where workers act for the mutual aid and protection of each other may make it difficult for someone speaking to colleagues on a social networking website to be terminated.

However, if that person is bad mouthing their employer to the public at large which may include colleagues, I’m not so sure their speaking out would qualify as concerted activity on the NLRB.

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One Response to “Additional Online Protection for Employees?”

  1. NLRB Social Media Policy Implications « Reading Tea Leaves by Randy Wilson Says:

    […] posted about this before but what I like about this article is how it suggests drafting specific examples […]

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