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Social Media Advisor – Insubordination (Alleged) With A Different Result?

And the cases continue to roll in…. Last week, we blogged about a recent NLRB complaint filed against an employer who fired an employee for criticizing her boss on Facebook.    Since then, on November 8th, an Arbitrator in Washington, D.C.

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Posted in advisor, arbitration, Asia, blog, comments, Employment, insubordination, Radio, termination, Twitter, York

Social Media Advisor – Walking the Tightrope of Insubordination and Concerted Activity

The National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) is one of those employment statutes that is rife with misunderstanding in the minds of many employers who believe that the NLRA is only applicable to the unionized workforce.   In fact, while the NLRA

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Posted in Act, advisor, blog, Board, Employment, Facebook, NLRA, Relations, termination, York

Social Media Advisor – Can A Former Prostitute Perform A Job For You?

As we all know, social media has made it easier for employers to search for and obtain information about employees.    And, sometimes, employees put the information right in your lap.  Craigslist recently announced that it was shutting down its “adult

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Posted in acts, advisor, blog, criminal, Employment, Melissa, offenses, Petro, termination, York

Social Media Advisor – Finding A Reason To Terminate An Employee After Already Terminating That Employee

The situation is not terribly uncommon.   You terminate an employee for failing to meet performance standards, and the employee sues the company for discrimination or wrongful discharge, claiming that the reason given by the company was truly a pretext for

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Posted in advisor, after-acquired, blog, Employment, evidence, termination, York
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