For a few years now, companies have been struggling to keep up with social media. Many have scrambled to adopt social media policies that make sense for their organizations, but also are fair and effective. In the media, examples of companies firing employees over what they consider to be inappropriate behavior on social networks continue to play out.
But according to recent analysis by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), companies may need to take a closer look at whether they are breaking the law when they fire employees over social media usage. According to the NLRB survey, the board has reviewed more than 129 cases involving social media.