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Tag Archives: First Amendment

Texas Legislator Proposes Bill to Protect Workers’ “Political Beliefs”

Posted in Discrimination, Policies & Practices, Social Networking

Last week, Representative James White, a Republican representing District 19 (Hardin, Jasper, Newton, Polk, and Tyler Counties), proposed a new state law that would protect Texas workers from adverse actions for expressing their political opinions and views away from the job.  The key provision of the proposed… Continue Reading

Legal Considerations for Employers during Election Years—Part II

Posted in Compliance, NLRB, Policies & Practices

With the Republican National Convention wrapping up this week, political conversation is assuredly becoming a more common occurrence in workplaces around the country.  Importantly for employers, political action and speech in the workplace threatens disruption and damage to relationships among coworkers, as the political divisions in this country are exceedingly… Continue Reading