Can employers require workers to be respectful?

06/9/2013 | HRBartender.com

The National Labor Relations Board has ruled that employers can't require workers to have respect for each other, because doing so could limit workers' ability to discuss their working conditions, says Jon Hyman, a employment lawyer. Employers still need to have a policy that limits liability for harassment and states that there will be no tolerance for abuse and bullying, Hyman says.

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