Jun
27
2013

Can you fire an employee for a Facebook post? The upcoming webinar: "Can You Fire an Employee for a Facebook Post? What You Need to Know About the National Labor Relations Act and Social Media" addresses just that.

Did you know that the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recently changed its interpretation regarding the rights of employees to discuss working conditions on social media such as Twitter and Facebook? Join us for this 30-minute webinar to find out how the NLRB's new interpretation affects you and what you may need for compliance.

Date: Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Time: 11:00 a.m. Eastern
Duration: 30 minutes (20-minute presentation followed by Q&A)
Featured speaker: Laura Lapidus, Esq., CNA Risk Control Consulting Director

This webinar will provide practice managers and owners with an understanding of:

  • The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and who it applies to
  • The definition of "protected concerted activity," and how it relates to your employees' social media posts
  • Examples of employers that have violated the NLRA due to disciplining and/or terminating employees for
    social media activity

Space for this webinar is limited. Reserve your webinar space now: Click here to register.

Can't make the webinar? A recorded version will be posted on our EPL page shortly after the event date.

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