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Keeping Political Conversations Civil

Talking politics at work is generally frowned upon. When you spend eight hours a day with colleagues during a busy election cycle, however, political conversations are difficult to avoid. To foster mutual understanding and maintain a productive working atmosphere, it's important to find ways to keep the discussions civil and respectful. Respect Different Opinions Respect is the most important factor in keeping political conversations civil in the workplace.
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