Tag Archives: social media privacy

Third Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Employee Who Advocated Violence in a Social Media Post

In a recent employee termination case, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals recently upheld the dismissal of race discrimination claims by a bank employee who was terminated due to a social media post. Plaintiff, a Caucasian woman, was employed as a project manager in her employer’s wealth management department.  In June 2018, a public news … Continue Reading

NLRB Approves Workplace Social Media Policy Limiting Employees’ Online Communications

Recently, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), in a split decision 2-1, approved a California-based ambulance company’s implementation of a social media policy that prohibited employees from “inappropriate communications” related to the company.  The NLRB’s ruling reversed a decision by an administrative law judge, back in October 2019, that concluded that the company’s social media … Continue Reading
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