After years of expanding Section 7 rights during the Obama administration, the NLRB earlier this month began reining in the protection afforded to
In a follow up to its Whole Foods Market, Inc. decision, which found unlawful an employer policy prohibiting workplace recordings by employees
Wait. What? Yes, in Shore Point Distribution Co., Inc., the NLRB’s General Counsel’s Office issued an Advice Memorandum yesterday (dated October 15
On March 18, 2015, NLRB General Counsel Richard F. Griffin, Jr. Issued Memorandum GC 15-04, which he intended to bring some clarity to the NLRB's
On February 25, 2014, NLRB General Counsel, Richard F. Griffin, Jr., issued the first General Counsel Memo of the year (GC 14-01) identifying cases
On May 30, 2012, the NLRB's General Counsel's Office issued its third Memo addressing social media issues.
On Wednesday, the NLRB General Counsel's Office issued its second report on social media cases that have been brought to it for advice by regional directors.
The last six weeks or so have brought us a flood of NLRB General Counsel Advice Memoranda addressing whether an employee's social media activity is protected concerted activity for which he or she may not be disciplined.
Just when I started to think that I might have the answers regarding the NLRB's obsession with social media, the NLRB starts changing the questions.
Last week, another ALJ for the National Labor Relations Board issued a decision on a case involving an employee claim that he was unlawfully fired for comments made on a personal Facebook page.