At a time when abusive speech is becoming more and more a part of public discourse, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”)  has given greater power to employers to discipline employees for profanity or sexually or racially offensive speech.

As noted in a January 20...

July 10, 2017

Smart phone technology, and the ability of video and audio recordings to be uploaded to social media sites, has prompted many employers to adopt rules regulating the surreptitious recording of workplace interactions.  The “no recording” rule adopted by Whole Foods Mark...