It is no secret that over the past few years, political tensions have been lingering in the U.S. Employers have asked if it is legal for them to express their political beliefs at their place of business, through posters, pamphlets, and conversation. My answer: depending on where you are located, it may be legal. My advice: if you want to avoid workplace conflict, save money, and avoid liability, then avoid displays of political propaganda in the workplace.Read more »
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