NLRB offers long-awaited guidance on social media policies

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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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