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Tag Archives: National Labor Relations Act

“Employees Must Be Permitted To Use Company Email for Statutorily Protected Communications” -NLRB

We reported earlier that the National Labor Relations Board had been considering changing its previous position that  “employees have no statutory right to use the[ir] Employer’s e-mail system for Section 7 purposes.”  The NLRB’s position in this regard was established in 2007, under the NLRB’s ruling in Register Guard.  Today, in Purple Communications Inc. and… Continue Reading

“Friending” Employees – The Risks of Employer Participation In Online Social Networking

More companies are becoming a part of the social networking community – setting up Facebook pages, “friending” their employees and customers, and so on. Businesses use these sites for a variety of purposes including marketing; client, employee and government relations; and community involvement. With lawmaking bodies and courts just beginning to struggle with the range… Continue Reading