Can a company force you to deface your own property?
Question Details: The company I work for requires that you put on your phone, a sticker. The sticker is designed to leave part of itself when removed. Is this considered "defacing" because if you were to leave the company, then you have sticker residue and your property is no longer in it's original state, normal wear and tear included.
An employer can set the conditions of work much as it sees fit (abenet some form of legally actionable discrimination/retaiation). That is unless any mandated action violates the terms of a worker's union agreement or employment contract, if any. Accordingly, you can be required to place this sticker on your car even if you deem it to be facing your property. If you do not comply, you can be disciplined up to and including termination.
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