Social Media and the NLRA Lessons for Hospitality Employers

Social Media and the NLRA for Hospitality Employers

Social media has endless and valuable opportunities for the hospitality industry. From “valuable marketing” to connecting on a more personal level with consumers, social media can make or break a brand. However, in order to “maintain a positive reputation” on a world-wide platform like Twitter, it is important to take proactive measures. Completely controlling a wild beast like social media is an impossible feat. In this article, Charles Spitz and Benjamin Shechtman analyze a case involving Chipotle and a disgruntled employee and offer insight on the nuances of social media and the NLRA.

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