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It's inevitable that a group of people will have
disagreements on a number of levels, from which place
has the best pizza (BIG source of havoc around here)
to what political solution is the best. It's part of
diversity, pluralism and all that good happy stuff on
which our society is founded. I think it should, as a
result, be made a non-issue, although I have no
problem with an employer requesting that political
opinions stay at home.
Of course, at some point, humanity's going to have to
start agreeing on something again, but for now, the
above is sound advice.
--- Mary Arrotti <mary_arrotti -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote:
> It's all fine & good saying that politics have no
> place in the workplace. But during lunch, people
> express personal & even political opinions - and
> they're going to seek out people with similar
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