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The National Labor Relations Board's recent decisions on the right and wrong way to craft a social media policy aren't just about how big companies should act.
Every lawyer who works with a business, including owning your own practice, should know what kinds of phrases are likely to invalidate a social media policy. That way when you create one, you won't fall into the same problems that others have dealt with.
Given the NLRB's recent rulings, there are certain things that are now on the "don't" list for making a social media policy. Here are the Top 5 things not to include: