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Managers and supervisors can now legally require their workers to participate in politics as a condition of employment.

For instance, in most states, managers have the legal right to mandate worker attendance at a political rally for a favored candidate—and fire or punish workers who decline to participate.

The National Labor Relations Board’s annual report for fiscal year 2010 included the number of Unfair Labor Practices alleged against employers and unions.

Once again, union officials faced a disproportionately high number of allegations of wrongdoing, when compared to employers.

In your new job as a supervisor you will oversee and guide the work of a team of people. As a supervisor, you are now charged with knowing and following a number of policies, procedures and regulations that are Human Resources related, “HR” for short. It involves managing people and the workplace and typically includes: recruiting and hiring, administering compensation and benefits, training, complying with regulations, and managing job performance and behavior in the workplace.When most people think of labor law violations, they probably think of “Big Business.” But employees, employers, and labor organizations file thousands of charges each year called Unfair Labor Practices against unions and union officials.An Unfair Labor Practice (ULP) occurs when a union or an employer violates Section 8 of the National Labor Relations Act.common piece of advice for new hires is to avoid talking about politics, sex, and religion in the workplace.But it may be increasingly difficult for workers to keep their politics to themselves.The worst part: The vast majority of allegations said that members were the ones hurt by the union officials that are supposed to protect them.