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FMLA + Facebook + Fraud = Fired

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We’ve been warned not to discipline employees for their Facebook rants about the company. (That could be “concerted activity.”) And we have to be careful not to use Facebook info when hiring. (That could be discrimination.) So can employers really use Facebook for anything these days? Yes, you can, says an important court ruling this month. If an employee is on FMLA leave, on vacation, on a beach, on a buzz … then Facebook may be your best friend.

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Penny Fassett March 1, 2013 at 10:09 am

I have been fortunate to attend presentations that Mindy has given at the national SHRM conference. Mindy is able to relate the various employment law nuances in an effective and attention grabbing format. I was on Mindy’s Email list for the Case in Point updates at my previous place of employment. Have transferred to a new company/position and would like to get back on the Email list for this publication. Thank you.


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