How to Manage Political Discussions in the Workplace

How to Manage Political Discussions in the Workplace

It’s a cliché: the two things you’re not supposed to talk about are religion and politics. But sometimes, especially in an election season, political talk is everywhere. What can you do as an employer to manage political discussions in the workplace, and keep everyone’s focus on the job and the customer? While you have to be careful about not violating workers’ rights under the National Labor Relations Act, there are policies you can put in place that will meet compliance standards.

Learn about how to create a policy, how to implement it, and how to enforce it in our full article at https://bit.ly/2yr2zTO!

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