How HR leaders can navigate politics, work in a divisive election year

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As the 2024 presidential election draws closer, a new survey indicates that leaders and HR professionals must walk a thin line regarding politics and work by establishing safe, appropriate forums for discourse amid heightened political tensions.

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Despite the divisive political climate, the survey of 1,000 full-time American workers by HRIS provider Sociopolitics in the U.S. Workplace found that current political discourse poses a reduced risk to retention compared to previous years. Approximately 60% of respondents said they would not leave a company solely due to its opposing political stance, marking a significant rise from 46% in 2023,

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