Employees’ Use of Social Media to Complain About Working Conditions

Employers often confront the question of whether employees can be disciplined for using social media, such as Facebook, to communicate with other employees about complaints regarding terms and conditions of employment. Frequently some of those communications are expressed in terms … Continue reading

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Concerted/Protected Activities: Single Employee Complaints

We frequently confront the question of whether  complaints by a single employee to a supervisor about some condition of employment, such as double standard with respect to disciplinary actions against  employees or favoritism in  job assignments, constitute concerted/protected activity. Concerted/protected … Continue reading

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