In their Labor Relations column, John P. Furfaro and Risa M. Salins of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom write that employees venting on far-reaching social networks have the potential to create workplace harassment issues, damage employers' business reputations and broadcast employers' confidential information to the world. Yet, there may be limitations on the actions employers can take without contravening the NLRA, regardless of whether their employees are represented by a labor union.
NLRB Focus on Social Media
New York Law Journal
April 6, 2012
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