Can a Bumper Sticker Get You Bumped? NLRB's General Counsel Issues Guidelines on Political Advocy


The General Counsel of the NLRB has issued a Guideline Memorandum describing a framework for analyzing unfair labor practice charges involving discipline of employees who have engaged in political advocacy. As this year?s political climate continues to heat up in advance of November?s presidential election, employers need to be prepared for their employees voicing opinions on a range of challenging political issues.

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