How Much Can Employers Limit Workers' Behavior?

Guests

Steven Greenhouse, reporter, New York Times
Lily Garcia, employment attorney and contributor, Washington Post jobs section

Keith Olbermann was suspended for donating money to political campaigns. A New Jersey transit employee was fired for burning a Koran. A Connecticut woman was fired for complaining about her boss on Facebook. Guests discuss to what extent employers can limit what their workers say and do.

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