politics at work

Survey: What Co-Workers Tell Each Other About The Election

Survey: What Co-Workers Tell Each Other About The Election

By Anthony Balderrama After all the debates, commercials with approved messages, polls and endless graphs showing momentum shifting, Election Day is finally in sight. But for all the barrage of election news, people don't plan to bring their politics into the workplace. According to a new CareerBuilder... Read More »

How Talking Politics At Work Can Get You Fired

How Talking Politics At Work Can Get You Fired

The conventions are over, but the political banter won't end for months. Presidential elections stir up a lot of emotions, whether you side with the "red," the "blue" or if you consider yourself somewhere in the middle. If you're fired up, it's natural that you may want to talk politics at work. However, you... Read More »

Discussing Politics In The Office: Asking For Trouble?

Discussing Politics In The Office: Asking For Trouble?

By Kaitlin Madden At work, there are some topics of conversation that need to be approached cautiously, if at all. Your definitive list of "reasons why your boss sucks," your religious beliefs and your feelings about "The Real Housewives," for example, are all probably better left off of the conversation... Read More »

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