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Do employees have the absolute right of free speech in the workplace?  If you’re an employer – that question is important.

Most Americans and, by default, most employees probably assume they do.

But do they?

Interestingly, the First Amendment provides citizens free speech protections from intrusion by the government. Those protections are limited when applied to private entities – like private employers.

Since the fall of 2017, much has been written about the issue of sexual harassment in the workplace.

And a rise in awareness of the problem has clearly led to a rise in the number of harassment claims being filed against employers.

Is all this news changing the way employers are training and managing their employees?