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Basic workplace etiquette dictates that religion, sex, and politics are taboo conversation topics. But in this contentious election season, the American workplace is politically charged, with many employees eager to speak out on issues that affect their employment. Of course, employee expressions of political sentiment are not limited to presidential election years. Pending legislation can stimulate arguments, and as many employers saw in May, 2006, proposed immigration reforms sparked nationwide protests, disrupting some employers’ workplaces.
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<a >Mandatory Sick Leave to be Removed from November Ballot.</A>
This morning, the Service Employees International Union announced that it will ask to remove Issue 4, the Ohio Healthy Families Act, from the November ballot.
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