NLRB Social Media Policy Implications

Here is a good article on how companies should approach their social networking policies in light of the free speech implications of impending NLRB ruling on what employees can say about their employer.

I’ve posted about this before but what I like about this article is how it suggests drafting specific examples giving employees guidelines of what’s appropriate and what’s not.  Not only are these policies likely to be more enforceable but they will also help employees have a clearer idea of what’s expected of them as well.

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