The NLRB memo directs officials in the agency on how to interpret and enforce the Board’s standard for work rules, thus also providing useful guidance to employees when assessing whether certain rules may violate the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).
Currently, about half of the states have passed laws limiting an employer’s ability to search personal social media accounts of both employees and prospective employees.
Could a simple LinkedIn invitation to connect breach a non-competition or non-solicitation agreement? How easy is it to breach such an agreement in the age of social media? When it comes to breaching non-competes, it’s all about substance over form.
Eric A. Welter was recognized as a leading labor and employment law attorney for DC and VA by Super Lawyers. This is his eleventh consecutive recognition by the national rating service from Thomson Reuters.