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NLRB warns against employer 'no solicitation' signs

4:31 PM, Feb. 4, 2013
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The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) allows employers to prohibit solicitation by employees during work time.

However, generally speaking, employers may not prohibit employees from soliciting during non-work time, even if the employee is on company property. As a result, employers may not have a blanket rule barring any solicitation by employees.

While the extent to which employee solicitation may be restricted is limited, employers may ban solicitation by non-employees on company property. This is often what employers intend to address when they post "no solicitation" signs on ...

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