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Should U.S. employers be permitted to require English-only during work hours?

ABC News Money 2013/06/07 20:52:10
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  • The New Old School 2013/06/08 14:53:51
    None of the above
    The New Old School
    This is a matter that should be left to the employers and individual businesses. It's funny how one political movement that shall not be named wants the government out of private business, unless the government can go after minority demographics. Then the government can get as involved as they want.
  • GoDucks5 2013/06/08 07:10:02
    Yes, it helps communication between employees and customers.
    GoDucks5
    This is America. Last time I checked, we spoke English.
  • Michael 2013/06/08 00:23:47
    Yes, it helps communication between employees and customers.
    Michael
    I believe that employers should be free to set the conditions of their workplace.
  • Sister Jean 2013/06/07 21:36:35
    Yes, it helps communication between employees and customers.
    Sister Jean
    yes
  • Wolf 2013/06/07 21:20:38
    Yes, it helps communication between employees and customers.
    Wolf
    We should have all Public Signage and Documentation in English only for a long time---a Company can require proficiency in English to allow for their operations and functions ----
  • Traveller  2013/06/07 21:06:24
    Yes, it helps communication between employees and customers.
    Traveller 
    Better yet, don't hire anyone that doesn't speak English!
  • Sick Boy 2013/06/07 20:59:50
    Yes, it helps communication between employees and customers.
    Sick Boy
    If you've never tried to converse with a fellow employee that doesn't understand a word you're saying its an extreme pain in the ass!

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