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Why the First Amendment won’t protect Charlottesville white supremacists from being fired


Talking about sensitive politics at work, posting on social media, or making donations to a political cause can also be grounds for firing, said Paula Brantner, senior adviser at Workplace Fairness, an employment law nonprofit. Employees sometimes mistakenly think giving a donation to a candidate is private, but it’s public record, and can cost you your job “if an employer says I don’t want someone who supports this candidate working with me,” she said.

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In Their Own Words: Why Immigrant Worker Protections Must Be Extended

Kenneth Quinnell

Defense secretary reveals the trans military ban is in limbo

Zack Ford

Oregon passes law protecting workers from predatory scheduling by bosses

Laura Clawson

Elon Musk May Be a “Visionary,” But His Vision Doesn’t Seem To Include Unions

Michael Arria

Labor Department wants to reward financial advisors at the expense of consumers

Casey Quinlan

In the Courts more

Light v. California Dept. of Parks and Recreation

Reversing summary adjudication of a retaliation claim and a ruling that workers' compensation exclusivity barred claims for intentional infliction of emotional distress but affirming the summary adjudication of a disability discrimination claim and affirming all judgments in favor of one of the defendants in a complicated case involving one employee's complaints about pressure on her to discriminate against a colleague perceived as being gay and the fallout from her unwillingness to participate.

August 18, 2017

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