‘Employees are watching’ how employers respond to the Capitol riots

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In the days following the violent pro-Trump riots at the Capitol last week, arrests started piling up—so, too, did employment issues, as companies quickly sought to distance themselves from those who carried out the attack. It has been reported that a number of rioters were either terminated or resigned in the wake of their participation in the insurrection: a West Virginia lawmaker, a CHRO at an insurance company, a tech company CEO. With thousands in D.C. that day for what was billed as a protest, hundreds later stormed the seat of U.S. government—many of whom recorded their involvement on social

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