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Arguing about politics at work is GOOD, says study

Discussing politics at work is one of the deepest and most widely accepted taboos universally agreed on by all professionals – outside of the political sector, of course. Why?

Because like the concepts of feminism, marriage and religion, discussing these things seem to only to cause arguments, upset and offend workers and deepen divides – when it’s essential that a workforce acts as a team.

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Comments (1)

  • AJ
    Mon, 22 Jul 2019 8:46am BST
    You would like to think it would lead to more diverse opinions but in reality it will probably just lead to grievances and complaints and more work for the HR department. Politicical views are so polarised these days very few on either side seem to be able to debate without resorting to name calling