Talking Politics at Work: What to Avoid at the Water Cooler

In an election with two of the most disliked candidates in modern history, who would be surprised that politics would pop up at the water cooler during work?

Host Eddie Arruza talks about the pros and cons of discussing politics in the workplace with John Challenger, CEO of the outplacement and careering transitioning firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas; and Tom Gimbel, founder and CEO of the staffing and recruitment firm LaSalle Network. 


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