National Law Review (04/10/14) Adam L. Bartrom
Valero must rescind its social media policy and notify employees that they may discuss the terms and conditions of their employment on social media platforms, according to a settlement with the Steelworkers that was approved by the U.S. National Labor Relations Board. The policy infringed upon the employees’ Section 7 rights. Social media policies have been a top priority for the board, which frequently has ruled in favor of employees.
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