Employers Grapple with Workers’ Off-Duty Behavior

By and on October 8, 2020

Employees gathering with friends, expressing their political views and posting about these things on social media have created for employers an increasingly urgent question: When the people engaging in unsafe or politically charged behavior are your employees, and the conduct happens off the clock, is it appropriate or even possible to discipline them?

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Ron HollandRon Holland
Ron Holland represents employers in state and federal court litigation, including wage and hour class actions, whistleblowing, wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, breach of contract, and other complex labor and employment matters. He has experience defending employers in proceedings before governmental agencies, such as the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the California Labor Commissioner and the US Department of Labor. Read Ron Holland's full bio.


Christopher FosterChristopher Foster
Chris Foster advises leading companies and wealthy families in labor and employment matters. Chris has extensive experience handling union organizing and decertification campaigns, unfair labor practice investigations, trials and appeals. He provides strategic planning on the addition and divesting of unionized operations and rapid response tactics to economic warfare (e.g., strikes, pickets and pressure campaigns).Read Chris Foster's full bio.

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