Political and Controversial Activity in the Workplace
Almost all the states have regulations with regard to protections for voting and political activity. They range, though, in the protections that they give. And there are certain ones that have specific protections with regard to speech.
Election season is in full swing and the climate is certainly charged. In this episode of “More with McGlinchey,” Labor and Employment attorneys Mag Bickford, Rasch Brown, Camille Bryant, and Kathy Conklin discuss employees’ political and controversial speech, implications on employment, and what employers can do to discourage or discipline employees engaging in distracting and controversial activity inside and outside of the workplace.
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