Compensation on Threatening Employee Under Civil Law and Common Law
Employers with twenty or more employees are prohibited from preventing an employee from engaging in politics or from becoming a candidate for public office. Further, an employer may not control or direct the political activities or political affiliations of its employees with the adoption or enforcement of any rule, regulation or policy or threats . Coercion or influence by an employer by threats of discharge or employment loss for an employee’s support or affiliation with a particular political faction or organization is also prohibited. It is unlawful for anyone except common carriers to transport or cause to be transported into Louisiana persons who are employed to obstruct or interfere by force or threats with peaceful picketing or union organizational activities.
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