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The employee’s rights to freedom of speech, religious freedom and freedom from religious discrimination are examined in the public and private workplace.

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Public Employee Speech, Protected?

Public employee speech that relates to his/her official duties is not protected. Speech as a private citizen is. Arbitrator Malamud examines the U.S. Supreme Court decisions that have defined the distinction.

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What price employment? Arbitration, the Constitution, and personal freedom.

An examination of the role of the Supreme Court in criminal cases and cases involved in the disciplining or discharge of government employees. The author recommends that arbitrators work toward incorporating the mandates of the Bill of Rights into collective bargaining relationships. The proceedings conclude with rebuttals by the commentators and a general discussion by …

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