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    Our company has always had an employee parking area. Just recently we have had an update that now states that there are only 23 employee parking spots. They are not designated "employee only", so guests can park there as well. If the parking spots are full, then we have been told that we must find someplace else to park, but not in any of the other available parking spots. These other suggested places to park are on the street or at other places of businesses. The street side has city signage stating "No Parking Between These Signs". The employees just want to come to work, do their job, and not have to worry about getting a parking citation in their file or risk getting a ticket from the city or having the vehicle towed by the other businesses.

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    Thank you for sharing your story. When you have a legal question, be sure to let us know.

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    What's the answer to this question?

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    There was no actual question...

    But my guess would be that the employer is under no obligation to provide parking. Try carpooling, getting dropped off by a family member, riding a bicycle, walking, public transportation, floo powder or the magic transporter.

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    This thread is over 3 months old & the original poster never did come back with
    an actual question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Betty3 View Post
    This thread is over 3 months old & the original poster never did come back with
    an actual question.
    Yes, a year and 3 months old.

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    Thanks TSCompliance - my mind must have been tired. (though it is over 3
    months old)
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