Saturday, January 19, 2019
 

But Taking Workplace Pictures Isn’t Protected . . . Is It?


Recently, the National Labor Relations Board invalidated an employer’s policies restricting workplace recording, causing a shift in the legal landscape.

In the Board decision of Whole Foods Market Group, Inc., the NLRB held that “photography and audio or video recording in the workplace, as well as the posting of photographs and recordings on social media,” are protected by the National Labor Relations Act so long as employees are acting “in concert for their mutual aid and protection and no overriding employer interest is present.”

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