Money Magazine recently quoted Jon Hyman in an article discussing the intersection of political protests and the workplace.
“The vast majority of at-will employees (which is to say, most private-sector workers) can be fired for any behavior not connected to certain protected classes like gender, race, and religion, says Jon Hyman, a Cleveland-based employment attorney. That includes comments made on social media. … If you’ve been approved for a vacation day and you’re planning on using the time to protest, there’s no reason to tell your boss what you’ll be up to, Hyman says. But if you’re worried about how your employer may view your involvement, he adds, it’s probably a good idea to refrain from carrying signs with inflammatory rhetoric.”
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