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    I have been working at the same company for five years and we are starting to outgrow our building and parking lot. Effective immediately, he is requiring SEVERAL of us to park on a public sidestreet, across the street, and down a block or two. Is this legal that SOME employees are no longer allowed to park in the employee parking lot?

  • #2
    Well, there is no law that says it is ILLEGAL.
    Please no private messages about your situation.


    • #3
      Aed, who cares? Some places you have to park blocks away just to get to work. Unless you have a verifiable disability/impairment, I don't see the harm. And if you do have an ADA-qualifiable disability/impairment, notify the HR manager.

      FWIW, every time I worked for a business and they had any "search and seizure" rules for employees vehicles, I would do just that- park on public street or car pool. No biggie. If they don't like it, too bad, no law saying I have to let them search or that they can determine where I park or if I can or cannot car pool.
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      • #4
        No state has a law that even requires an employer to provide parking, let alone one that gives you a guaranteed right to park in the lot.

        Unless who is told to park in the street is being determined by race, national origin, religion etc., it is perfectly legal.
        The above answer, whatever it is, assumes that no legally binding and enforceable contract or CBA says otherwise. If it does, then the terms of the contract or CBA apply.


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