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Would Yelp Get a Favorable Review from the NLRB for Blog Post Termination?

Last week a former employee working for Yelp’s food delivery unit, Eat 24, was fired for violating the company’s internal “terms of conduct.” The termination came after the customer-service rep, Talia Janes, wrote a critical blog post about her low pay and working conditions in an open letter to Yelp’s CEO. The interesting issue for legal geeks … Continue Reading

Employee Fired for Facebook Postings Latest Example for Why Companies Need a Social Media Policy and Plan

Employee social media issues recently made headlines in the most deplorable way when an employee was fired on September 29, 2015, after he posted a picture of himself online with a colleague’s 3-year-old black son. The picture taken by Gerod Roth, the former employee, resulted (for reasons unknown) numerous bigoted and racists comments from the former … Continue Reading
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