With barely a year to go before the 2020 presidential election, debates among hopeful candidates and rallies to reelect President Donald Trump have already begun.
As the election cycle fires up once again, some managers are left to navigate delicate situations when political discussions end with hurt feelings.
A recent survey found that problems related to political conversations at work are relatively rare. In fact, two-thirds of employees say they’ve never felt singled out due to their politics. Still, employees are only one uncomfortable conversation away from changing their answer to that question at any given time.