This blog recently discussed the upswing in EEOC retaliation charges and what employers can and should do about this undeniable trend. A National…
Remember, even if you are not in a union, the National Labor Relations Act (the law which regulates unions) still protects employees in the workplace. When employees speak with other employees about working conditions, that is considered “protected activity.” The NLRA prohibits employers from retaliating against employees who engage in “protected activity.” The article linked to here, explains that some of this protected activity may include criticizing an employer on social media. If you believe your employer has retaliated against you because you spoke out about working conditions, Famighetti & Weinick, PLLC may be able to help. Contact us at 631-352-0050 or on the web at linycemploymentlaw.com.
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