Social Media And Work: Is It Ever OK To Complain Online?

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Steven Greenhouse, labor and workplace reporter, The New York Times
Mari Smith, author, The New Relationship Marketing
Matt Watson, author of the blog Bitter Barista

Many employees lost their jobs in recent years after posting negative comments about work on social media sites. A recent decision by the National Labor Relations Board may give workers more freedom to talk and complain about work on social media.

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