Talking politics in the workplace

20th May, 2018

On Friday, voters will be asked if they want to repeal article 40.3.3 – known as the Eighth Amendment. The reaction to this announcement has already made political discussion in the workplace nearly inescapable.

It’s natural for colleagues to talk about current affairs, but how far should political discussion in the workplace go before it begins to threaten morale?

Unfortunately, it is difficult to prevent political discussions at work; however, it is important that...

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