Recent decisions by the National Labor Relations Board have given broad protections to employees who are discussing or complaining – even in a vulgar manner – about the terms and conditions of their employment to their co-workers or managers. This follows a disturbing trend in the Board's decisions that attack sensible, long-standing management standards of conduct.
The Wall Street Journal highlights an article written by Labor and Employment Attorneys Fred Braid and Loren Forrest that explains a recent case dealing with this issue.
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