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Jan21

Policy prohibiting trade in the workplace

I am not HR literate but am in need of a policy prohibiting employees from selling products in the workplace, whether that be luxuries or Avon products. Could someone please provide me with an example.

Developing a no solicitation policy, can control the selling of items on work time. A no solicitation policy prohibits soliciting (selling) on company property and prohibits the distribution of printed materials on company property (union organizing activity).

As an employer creating a no solicitation policy is legal and it prohibits employees from engaging in solicitation and distribution activities during work hours. However, employees can still sell items during breaks and lunch periods as long as they do it when others are not working. You can also define work areas from non-work areas where employees cannot solicit other employees.

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