In the current age of political, economic and social tension, when the actions that are constantly splashed all over the tabloid front pages, it’s hard to compartmentalise what subjects are and aren’t acceptable or ‘safe’ to talk about in the office.
In theory, good intellectual conversation should never, really, be off of the table – yet as most workers would confirm from personal experience, debate can very quickly become personal, and can cause widespread bad feeling when ill-informed perspectives are aired – or divisive views are shared.
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