NLRB Reverses Precedent In Employer E-Mail Case

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Speaker:John J. Sarno

In Purple Communications, Inc., the National Labor Relations Board placed employees' communication rights over employer property rights. In this case, the NLRB invalidated a company policy prohibiting employee use of its employer-provided email system for non-work-related messages. Further, the NLRB concluded that employee use of email for protected communications during non-working time is presumptively an employee right for any employee provided access to a company's email systems.

Join John Sarno, Esq., President of the Employers Association of New Jersey, as he explains what this ruling means to employer e-mail and electronic communications policies in a one-hour webinar.

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