Facebook Firing Report: Employment attorney Audrey Mross discusses social media in the workplace





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In this report by Ch. 33 Dallas, reporter Dawn Tongish reviews a new NLRB report offering guidance for employers regarding emplyees' use of social media both on and off the job. Labor & employment lawyer Audrey Mross of Dallas-based Munck Wilson Mandala says the NLRB report provides guidelines for employers in creating policies for the use of social media by workers. The NLRB guidance details NLRB rulings for more than a dozen employment disputes over so-called Facebook firings and outlines the legal limits for employers in such matters.

Audrey Mross is a Partner at Munck Wilson Mandala, and leads the Firm's Labor and Employment section. Ms. Mross has 11 years of experience as a human resource professional prior to the practice of law, where she represents employers in claims of discrimination, harassment and retaliation, advises employers on proactive measures to avoid litigation, and updates employment agreements, handbooks and other employment-related documents to comply with federal, state and local law, for single and multi-state employers.

Ms. Mross is a frequently requested speaker for legal and human resources conferences and has given more than 555 speeches, radio broadcasts, and webcasts since 1995. She is quoted and has articles published in USA Today, CNN/Money, The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, National Law Journal, Texas Lawyer, Dallas Business Journal, HR magazine, SHRM Legal Report, HR Matters magazine and Dallas Bar Association's Headnotes.



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