A National Labor Relations Board judge has ruled that a
manager at a telemarketing company did not conduct unlawful
surveillance by checking the Facebook page of a laid-off
employee who was not hired back because she posted "horrible
things" about the company.
Administrative Law Judge Ira Sandron in Las Vegas on
Wednesday said the NLRB general counsel had not shown that
Natural Life Inc, represented by Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak &
Stewart, intended to curb workers' legal rights when the manager
found posts by Myeasha Strain suggesting the company was
committing wage theft and that its sales director was racist.
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