Tuesday, January 22, 2013

The New York Times on Protected Employee Speech in Social Media

Steven Greenhouse of the New York Times wrote an interesting article on the ever-controversial and evolving area of protected concerted activity and speech by employees on social media websites like Twitter and Facebook that is worth a read.  As Facebook and Twitter have become a part of our daily lives, it has become normal to discuss things like work on these websites but not all of what we say about our work, co-workers and bosses will be protected so employees are advised to be conscious of that fact.

Forbes also covered the story and added some additional information.

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