The current political race is both close and intense. You don’t have to look far to find people on both sides of the debate ready to unleash their passions on whoever will listen. But with the 2012 presidential election is just weeks away, should political discussions be taking place in the workplace? Is it appropriate to discuss politics on the job? Overall, we feel it’s best to leave politics out of the office but as that may not be realistic, you can find an insightful guide addressing the do’s and don’ts of interoffice politics HERE.
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