Know the Law: Is your company's social media fair or foul
• If an employee's online blog, posting or other social media activities are inconsistent with, or would negatively impact the company's reputation or brand, the employee should not refer to the company.
These are just a few of the policies with which the NLRB found issue, and there are many traps for unwary employers who regulate employee speech and behavior. For that reason, you should consult with an experienced employment attorney for assistance in crafting a policy that will protect your legitimate business interests without infringing on your employee's rights.
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