Can Employers Prohibit Employees From Expressing Their Religious Views in the Workplace?
New York Labor & Employment Law Report has an interesting article on the topic this week. Employers cannot generally prohibit all forms of religious expression at work. However, many courts have held that an employer can prohibit employees from attempting to proselytize co-workers, especially when the co-workers are unwilling and are being harassed by the conduct.
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