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Posted 2 years ago in Labor and Employment by Michele Bowman  
Can Your Employer Control What You Say Online?

As social media provides more and more ways to connect with others and spread information, employers have begun to use social media polices as a way to regulate their employees’ activities on sites such as Facebook and Twitter. That would be fine if companies’ efforts were narrowly aimed at restricting their employees from discussing trade secrets or confidential financial information online, for example. But some employers are going too far, according to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), which is …

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Posted 3 years ago in Labor and Employment by Mike Mintz  
Good Luck Learning Your Employee Rights

Have you been demoted at work? Discriminated against? Fired? Your boss doesn’t want you to know your legal rights. Anti-worker groups got a court order saying that businesses don’t have to display the familiar employee rights poster at the office. The government agency that protects employees — the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) — issued a rule requiring most businesses to put up the posters in break rooms as of April 30. But a federal court in Washington, D.C., issued …

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