Reasons To Implement A Social Media Policy
Plus, background on related cases with Chipotle and Michinima
Having a well-drafted social media policy can protect your company from employees who post inappropriate or unlawful content on social media. But watch out -- your policy may inadvertently violate the National Labor Relations Board Act (NLRB Act), which prohibits employers from restricting employees’ “protected concerted activity.” Lisa B. Dubrow, Esq., Subscription Insider Guide to Regulation, walks through recommendations to help you stay on the right side of the law and discusses two recent cases involving Chipotle and Machinima, specifically related to corporate social media policy.
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