As an employee of a BMW car dealership, Becker complained on his Facebook page about his employer serving hot dogs and potato chips at the launch of the BMW 5 Series. On the day of the event, at the adjacent Land Rover dealership also owned by Becker’s employer, a 13-year-old drove a Land Rover into a pond. Becker took photos of the accident, which he also posted on his Facebook page along with some sarcastic comments. After a meeting with the general manager and other supervisors, in which Becker was confronted about his Facebook postings, Becker was fired. Did his termination violate the NLRA? Explain. See Karl Knaus Motors, Inc., NLRB Case 13–CA–046452 (2012) [[http://www.nlrb.gov/case/13-CA-046452].
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