Office Politics: Civic Speech Shouldn’t Get Employees Fired
Lynne Gobbell worked for a housing-insulation company in Alabama. In the midst of the 2004 presidential campaign, she placed a John Kerry bumper sticker on the rear windshield of her car, which she then drove to work.
The owner of the company, a supporter of President George W. Bush, ordered Gobbell to remove the sticker. She objected and was fired.
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