South Carolina Political Activity laws & HR compliance analysis

South Carolina Political Activity: What you need to know

Under South Carolina law, employers are not required to give employees time off, paid or unpaid, to vote in any election.
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Under South Carolina law, it is unlawful for an employer to intimidate or discharge an employee because of his or her political opinions or activities. Employers that violate the law are guilty of a misdemeanor and could face maximum penalties of two years in prison, a $1,000 fine, or both (SC Code Sec. 16-17-560).

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South Carolina Political Activity Resources

Type Title
Letters Distribution of Literature in Workplace
Policies Voting Policy
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