Tag Archives: NLRA

The NLRB Strikes Down Employer Policies on Social Media and the Confidentiality of Complaint Investigations

Many employers have been surprised by recent rulings that two common employment policies run afoul of the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) even if their employees are not union members.  Based on a legitimate interest in preserving confidentiality and privacy, many employers have adopted social media policies limiting what employees may post on Facebook or … Continue Reading

NLRB Finds DISH Network Social Media Policy Unlawful

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) continues to be active in considering whether companies’ social media policies run afoul of U.S. labor laws.  In the latest decision implementing the approach reflected in a series of NLRB reports analyzing employer social media policies under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), an administrative law judge found that it is impermissible … Continue Reading

NLRB Finds Costco Social Media Policy Unlawful

A three-member panel of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) found that it is impermissible for Costco’s social media policy to ban employees from making electronic postings that damage the reputation of the company or anyone else.  The NLRB held that policy was not permissible because Costco employees could reasonably assume that it prohibited communications … Continue Reading
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