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Employee Free Choice Act

Effective June 6, 2024, workers can’t be retaliated against if they refuse to listen to, attend, or participate in an employer-sponsored political or religious speech, communication, or meeting. Employers must also post a notice about these rights. It must be posted in a place commonly frequented by employees where employment-related notices are normally found.

The law doesn’t apply to religious employers, who are exempt from Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, for speeches on religious matters to employees who perform work connected with their employer’s religious activities. It also doesn’t impact an employer’s ability to require its employees to attend:

  • Workplace harassment or discrimination prevention training; or

Meetings or events where information about employee mandatory job duties is communicated.

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