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The Savvy Way to Survive Election Season at the Office

It starts with setting boundaries.
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Q: Election season has polarized my company. Several employees argue over politics, and work relationships are getting strained. How do I keep things civil?

You don't have to become a dictator to fix your office's cold political climate, but you will need to be a . And you're right to for each other -- no matter whom they're voting for.

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