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Tips for updating your social media policy

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In the past, it was sufficient for employers to have a simple social media policy. An employer could essentially bar employees from using company devices to post nonwork-related content on social media and mandate that work-related posts be business appropriate. ...

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NLRB: Tesla supervisors violated labor law

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Tesla supervisors at a Florida service center violated federal labor law by barring employees from talking about pay and other working conditions and bringing complaints to higher level managers, an NLRB Administrative Law Judge has ruled. In late 2021, employees ...

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NLRB memo clarifies severance limitations

In February, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a decision in McLaren Macomb, establishing that severance agreements with overly broad confidentiality and non-disparagement provisions violated Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act (the Act). The decision raised many ...

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