Employers should update handbooks to comply with NLRB rulings

10/17/2012 | Human Resource Executive

National Labor Relations Board decisions on social media use mean employers should update their employee handbooks, legal experts say. The NLRB "may well find seemingly well-intentioned, reasonable policy provisions to be unlawful, if they could reasonably be interpreted as having a chilling effect on the employees' right to freely discuss their terms and conditions of work," says Sonya Rosenberg, a labor and employment lawyer.

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