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#No Filter: Terminating An Employee For Social Media Posts – Part 2
Prior to the advent of social media and especially the #MeToo movement, employers were generally comfortable drawing a bright line between...
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20 Sep 2019
Employment Law Lessons From Chicken And Rice
A discussion on the impact of social media on employers.
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18 Apr 2013
The Duty To Preserve Social Media Information
It is not, as many recent articles and blogs have discussed, just about whether relevant social media information can be discovered by one party in a lawsuit.
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16 Apr 2013
Re-Tallying The Facebook Demand Laws
I trust that, of all the social media and employment law issues we discuss, you are most sick of hearing about the legislative efforts to prohibit Facebook password demands by employers.
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19 Feb 2013
Online Relationships - Catfish On The Table
I ended 2012 as I have the past couple of years, highlighting my view that, while technological advances are great in many respects, it’s still the inter-personal relationships that lead to success in our professional and personal lives.
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13 Feb 2013
Power To The People: Social Media Technologies Mediating Corporate Social Governance
The measure of effectiveness of a CEO and its executive board has always been the degree to which the business is achieving its purpose.
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31 Jan 2013
Sign Of The 'Times' - It's Still The Rage
Wow. Front page of the New York Times Business Section. This stuff must be important.
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28 Jan 2013
Confidentiality From The Boardroom To The Bedroom
Sometimes we can learn valuable employment law lessons from even the non-employment law court decisions.
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17 Jan 2013
A Three Course Meal For The New Year
Happy New Year. So much has happened while you spent the holidays undoubtedly velobinding and wrapping the 2012 archives of this blog for your friends and loved ones.
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8 Jan 2013
Social Media And The Workplace: 2012 And Beyond
2012 remained the year of continued questions and answers at the intersection between social media and employment law.
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7 Jan 2013
It's Still The Relationships, Stupid - 2012 Wrap Up (Part 2 Of 2)
Though we are only weeks past a rather monumental presidential election, I am nevertheless reminded of that election campaign twenty years ago when Bill Clinton coined the phrase "It’s the economy, stupid".
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3 Jan 2013
Time For Your Sexual Holiday Party
Well, your company is certainly not intending for it to be a sexual holiday party.
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21 Nov 2012
Candid Camera? Not So Much
A picture tells a thousand words.
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19 Nov 2012
Ninth Circuit Approves Facebook Settlement, But Who Benefits?
Three years ago, a class action alleging a violation of privacy rights by Facebook was settled prior to class certification.
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15 Nov 2012
The "Work Through Lunch" E-Mailing Dilemma
One of the biggest employer pitfalls that I regularly discuss is the failure to pay for all hours worked by an employee when (1) the employee is performing work after hours and off premises using social media, or some smartphone device, and (2) the employer doesn’t necessarily know about that work because it is being performed after hour and off premises.
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25 Oct 2012
Fired For "Liking" - Social Media Use At Your Job
Giving your opinion on politics or complaining about the boss to your friends via Facebook is so commonplace and rampant that few people probably stop to think about the consequences of their posting.
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17 Oct 2012
Quick Bytes: New Cases Addressing The Discovery Of Social Networking
Courts are issuing more decisions in the employment law context on the issue of whether an employee’s social networking activity can be discovered in a lawsuit between the two parties.
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16 Oct 2012
Politics In The Workplace - 27 Days To The Election
I recently had an opportunity to film a live webcast to address some key issues relevant to the following questions:
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12 Oct 2012
The 5 Stages Of The NLRB's Social Media Stance
We have all learned that there truly are 5 stages to the NLRB’s position on social media and employment law.
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10 Oct 2012
Password Demand Laws - A Fallen Tree In An Empty Forest
If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?
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10 Oct 2012
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