Update: NLRB Stance on Employee Comments in Social Media

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has recently indicated that employee comments on social media websites may not be protected under federal labor law after all. This is a reversal of the NLRB trends in late 2010 and early 2011 of issuing complaints involving employer discipline of employees for posting complaints online about their employment. […]

Tips For the Investigation and Handling of a Harassment Claim

Tips for effectively handling harassment claims. What to do when an employee files a harassment claim.

Introductory Period Employees & Termination

Termination policies for Introductory Period Employees. Progressive disciplinary policy tips to help avoid prolonging bad hires.

Follow-up on Social Media and the Workplace

Our past article entitled \”Your Employee Posted WHAT on Facebook?\” generated a lot of interest.  It is a topic that is being debated in courtrooms, boardrooms and chat rooms everywhere. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) case we referenced in our article got people thinking about the ramifications of comments employees post on social media […]

Your Employee Posted WHAT on Facebook?

Official company policy and social media


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