Reporting Sexual Harassment on Facebook

With so many employees now posting on social media—both at work and after work—employers must consider what to do if an employee complains online about workplace harassment. Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court provided some guidance by declining to review a Tenth Circuit decision that touched on this issue. In Debord v. Mercy Health System of

“All Aboard!”: Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Louisiana Join the Trend and Ban Employer Access to Social Media

This past month, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Louisiana all joined the recent trend in enacting laws prohibiting employers from accessing their employees’ personal social media accounts. These states now join 11 others that have passed similar laws (and legislation is currently pending in 28 more states). California added similar provisions to its Labor Code in 2013,