(This story contains language that may offend some readers.)
By Daniel Wiessner
The National Labor Relations Board on Thursday called for amicus briefs on whether it should overrule Obama-era board precedent that said workers’ profane or racist outbursts were protected by federal labor law.
The board asked for input in a case involving a General Motors LLC employee who was suspended in 2017 for telling a supervisor that he did not “give a (expletive) about his cross-training” and that he could “shove it up his ass.”
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