How To Keep Politics From Fracturing The Workplace

By Braden Campbell (February 7, 2017, 8:41 PM EST) -- Judging from the nightly news, social media feeds and family gatherings, America is about as divided now as at any time in recent memory.

The 2016 election polarized the country along political lines, and those divisions have only deepened since Donald Trump took office as president and began turning his slate of controversial campaign promises — a U.S.-Mexico border wall, an immigration ban, a Dodd-Frank rollback — into reality. His supporters and detractors clash daily, online and in the streets, leading some employers to wonder how they can keep the conflict out of the office.

But while America itself is divided,...

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