General Counsel’s Social Media Report Is…..Interesting?

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Once upon a time there was this board that told businesses and organizations that they effectively had little to no control over how employees presented them to the public via social media. The End. At least that’s what I took away from the General Counsel’s Report on Social Media that was recently released (InsideCounsel discusses […]

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Hours, Sch-mours. Why You Really Should Be Keeping Track

A couple weeks ago an oilfield service company was found to have violated the Fair Labor Standards Act. What did they do? Well, its really more about what they didn’t do. The company had failed to track the hours its employees were working per week and rigged a “day rate” to calculate wages in a […]

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Whether You Can Fire Over Facebook Posts Has Been Decided. Kinda.

In A Social Media Policy: Better To Have One Now Than Later I mentioned cases pending against company’s for allegedly firing individuals over Facebook posts. In one particular case, a woman alleged that she was terminated shortly after¬† she posted some “not so nice” remarks about her boss on Facebook. The National Labor Relations Board […]

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