Human Rights: Do employees have the freedom to offend?

Makbool Javaid and Heather Hacking consider the conflict between employees’ right to express themselves and their responsibilities to their employer ‘Although it is a fundamental pillar of a civilised society, even freedom of expression has its limits, so that there is not, and never can be, an unbridled right to offend.’ The battle for freedom …
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