Last fall, the New York Times reported, "With the rise of social media, many business owners have sought to control what their employees post on the various social networks." However, recent litigation proves that employers should tread carefully. The National Labor Relations Act gives every employee the right to engage in protected concerted activity, which includes complaints made from employees to other employees made on social media.
In this episode of Fashion Counsel, partner Anthony Lupo talks with partner Michael L. Stevens about key issues fashion companies should consider when approaching employees about their social media activities.
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