As the November election draws closer, employers are facing the daunting challenge of keeping peace among employees with differing political affiliations. One approach to this challenge involves simply banning certain types of political expression in the workplace. While this approach can work well if it is done correctly, it can cause significant legal issues if
Why to Abstain from the 2016 Presidential Election (At Least in the Workplace), Part I
By Andrew Szilagyi on
Although the Republican National Convention is now behind us in Cleveland, we still have several months of campaigning to endure prior to the presidential election. During this time of year, the issue of expressing political beliefs in the workplace is especially poignant.
In the midst of all of this political activity, employers may ask—how much…