Embarrassed over a bad haircut, Nichole Wright-Gore, a supply clerk for White Oak Manor, started wearing a hat to work. After several days, supervisors told her to remove the hat as it violated a company dress code prohibiting hats; she refused and was disciplined. Wright-Gore subsequently began to take photos of her coworkers, some with and without consent, showing them wearing hats and violating the dress code in other ways, which she shared with coworkers while discussing with them the unequal enforcement of the dress code. After employees complained about having their photos taken and shared with others without their consent, Wright-Gore was terminated for violating White Oak’s policy prohibiting photos being taken in the facility. Did Wright-Gore’s termination violate the NLRA? Explain.
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