Polarizing Candidates Create Workplace Pitfalls

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Drop by the workplace water cooler and you’re likely to hear a conversation about one or more of the presidential candidates. Like the tone of the current presidential race itself, that conversation might be less than friendly.

The Society for Human Resource Management has surveyed its members, finding that most have policies discouraging political activities in the workplace. But many of those HR professional say office volatility over politics is a problem this year. ABC’s Jim Ryan has talked with a workplace etiquette specialist about this.

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