The NLRB, which regulates private sector labor relations, has launched a full-scale assault on social media usage rules management has imposed on its employees.  The Board is fighting any effort by employers to stop employees communicating outside of the job site or even sharing employment information.  The Board believes those rules interfere with employee efforts to organize and bargain.  Check out this short post that a pro-management law firm is circulating to warn employers of the new rules.  If your agency imposes any of the offensive rules, think about challenging them through the FLRA.

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