NLRB offers long-awaited guidance on social media policies

By Sheryl Jaffee Halpern and Charles H. Gardner
December 21, 2012

There are only very particular ways companies can restrict employees’ discussions on social media – even factually inaccurate comments about workplace conditions are protected. The National Labor Relations Board recently laid down some guidelines for employers.

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