As a result, a rule prohibiting solicitation during working time is presumed valid, and employers may lawfully discipline an employee who violates such a rule, even if the employee has not interrupted work. – The National Law Review

The NLRB no longer believes that employees may discuss among themselves the potential role of a union in their job – even when that discussion does not interfere with their work. Yet, it is okay for employers to use work time to extol anti-union sentiment to its workers.

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