What employers need to know about workplace recordings

Excerpted from a Phelps Dunbar LLP blog by Jason A. Pill Almost everyone these days has a mobile recording device in their pocket. Employees can record employers, employers can record employees, and employers can record their customers at the touch of a button. But legal and business risks can arise when people don’t know they […]

Time to “construct” new social media policies

Excerpted from a Peckar & Abramson PC Blog by Aaron C. Schlesinger, Lauren Rayner Davis and Jennifer Harris Social media has significantly impacted all facets of society, especially the way people communicate. TikTok is one of the world’s most popular platforms today, with over one billion active users monthly. Social media can be used to […]

Employee social media complaints: Employers beware!

Excerpted from a Barnes and Thornburg LLP blog by Thomas C. Payne The National Labor Relations Board’s new general counsel, the top prosecutor who oversees all offices, signaled an intention to expand the types of employee conduct that might qualify as protected activity. A recent memorandum from the counsel’s Division of Advice doubles down on […]