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As social media use in the workplace continues to increase, it should come as no surprise that employers are increasingly disciplining employees for their social media activity. Social media workplace issues continue to be a “hot topic” among practitioners, human resource professionals, media, and the public, this InfoPAK deciphers the concepts in social media memoranda from the US National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB") by simplifying several key concepts of labor and employment law as it relates to social media activity. The guide analyzes how those concepts are applied to situations involving employee social media activity, and categorizes lawful and unlawful social media policies. The guide also provides best practices for drafting, implementing, and enforcing social media policy compliant with the US National Labor Relations Act..

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