Job Search Tips (Part 3): Searching for a job while employed
Looking for another job while youre at work
Looking for another job while you're at work
Talking about polarizing issues unrelated to work
"Before you pull up your soapbox, you should be aware that in most cases, free speech in the workplace is limited or non-existent when it comes to controversial movements or topics," Randall says.
As an employee expressing yourself at work, it turns out you have fewer protections than you'd think— and if your boss doesn't like what they hear, you could get fired for it.
Unless you signed some sort of contract that says otherwise, it's likely you're an at-will employee. This means that your job can be terminated without having to establish just cause.
There are labor laws that exist in the US to protect people against adverse employment actions due to discrimination. So if your boss fires you, for example, simply because you're a woman, that's wrongful termination, and you could sue them for that.
But very few laws exist that truly protect private sector employees against getting fired for expressing their political affiliation.
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