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Does this NLRB ruling promote workplace harmony or punish workers?

A recent Bloomberg article on American work environments notes a view prevalent among business principals that workers have long had too much freedom in publicly lashing out against alleged workplace wrongs. The Bloomberg piece especially spotlights "comments made on social media and during strikes and protests."

They say, you say: Is that a trade secret?

OK, so you took a few files and documents with you when you recently terminated employment with Company A, intending to use them in your new digs with Company B. They served you well and unquestionably increased your efficiency during your former employment tenure, so why shouldn't that remain the case going forward in your new job?

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