The National Labor Relations Board has issued several decisions on the protected nature of employees’ “Facebook” postings under the National Labor Relations Act. But Facebook postings can also figure into other employment law settings.

 

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) has announced that it will begin offering early resolution and mediation instead of investigations in two OSHA regions to address complaints filed with the agency’s Whistleblower Protection Program.

Gerald "Jerry" J. Huffman, Partner - March 18, 2013

In October, the National Labor Relations Board provided a little more guidance to employers in drafting lawful social media policies.

 

There are various notices in the workplace advising employees of their rights under federal and state labor laws such as the rights to a minimum wage and overtime pay, freedom from discrimination and information pertaining to family and medical leave.

 

In October, the National Labor Relations Board provided a little more guidance to employers in drafting lawful social media policies.