Can employers ban workers from wearing Black Lives Matter insignia to protest discrimination at work?

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Last week, the National Labor Relations Board decided that a NON-union employer cannot require employees to remove “Black Lives Matter” (BLM) insignia from their work uniform when the BLM marking is a “logical outgrowth” of earlier group protests about racial discrimination in their workplace.

So, what happened here?

Several employees worked in the Respondent’s flooring department. As part of their work uniforms, the employees don aprons. And on their aprons, the employees wrote “BLM.”

Most people associate BLM with the murder of George Floyd. And it just so happened that George Floyd died six

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