Handbooks and the NLRB – not a union made in heaven

In news that will not shock nor surprise nor cause any sort of thrill AT ALL, the NLRB has issued another “Advice Memorandum” on its position regarding employer’s social media policies. This time they’re saying that employers need to bargain with their union prior to adoption of a new social media policy. That NLRB, you just can’t please ’em.

Click here to read “NLRB General Counsel Keeps Unfriending Employer Social Media Policies” from the experts at Reed Smith, including a refresher on what you shouldn’t include in a social media policy, even if you don’t have a union.

Speaking of shock and surprise and causing a thrill, click here to check out a supercut of “Olivia Pope” in “Scandal.”

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