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Labor: 7 takeaways for employers from the NLRB’s social media report

Report also offers best practices for employees

The NLRB recently issued its second report regarding social media policies. This report focuses on 14 recent cases decided by the NLRB. The cases dealt either with social media policies maintained by employers or discharges of employees after the employees posted comments to Facebook.

Employers should take note that the NLRB will most likely find social media policies unlawfully broad when they include the following employee prohibitions:

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R. Anthony Prather

R. Anthony Prather is a partner in the Indianapolis office of Barnes & Thornburg LLP and a member of the firm's national Labor and Employment...

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