Social Media Use and Unfair Labor Practice Charges

Beginning in mid-2011, the Board began to weigh in on how employment-related conversations conducted in the context of social media are impacted by the NLRA. The Board has held that social media postings may constitute protected concerted activity under Section 7 when an employee discusses a posting related to terms and conditions of employment with another co-worker, or when co-workers respond to the posting.

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