Updates For Exempt Organizations With Employees

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Employment law can be so niche, and change so often, that I tend to shy away from talking about it. But the situations below run so counter to what  folks generally believe to be true that I thought it important to at least highlight them. Those with employees will definitely want to pay attention to [...]

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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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Social Media Firings: The Continuing Saga

    This is something I’ve kept up with for a while now. Especially because its something that is tremendously important for non-profits. For those who haven’t kept up with the saga (though you’d essentially have to have had your head in a Peruvian mountain not to) there has been a proliferation of cases brought [...]

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Think You Can’t Fire Over A Facebook Post? Think Again

Not to long ago I blogged about a woman fired over a post she made on her personal Facebook page. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) found that what she did was protected as concerted activity under the National Labor Relations Act. The protected act being her discussion of her workplace conditions. What became concerning [...]

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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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