Chipotle can no longer fire employees for complaining on Twitter

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Chipotle employees, tweet your hearts out. 

The National Labor Relations Board ruled that Chipotle can’t fire employees for airing their grievances with the company on Twitter or other social networks. More than that, the company can’t prohibit employees from posting about their jobs on social media at all. 

Chipotle’s social media policy, which prevented employees from posting disparaging information about the company, violated federal labor laws, the board decided

The question came up when a Chipotle worker in Havertown, Pa. was fired after tweeting about low wages and circulating a petition about employees’ breaks online, according to Philly.comRead more…

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