Divided American political groups and United States culture war between conservative society and liberal ideas as an election debate or US voter divisions. Photo: freshidea/Adobe Stock

As the 2024 election cycle swiftly approaches, employers face the challenge of how to best navigate political conversations in the workplace. New data released by e-Learning Industry, an international knowledge-sharing platform, reveals that employers aren’t doing a sufficient job of creating a comfortable work environment

Many employees’ personal political beliefs are often at odds with that of their company’s. According to the data, 41% of employees disagree with their company’s political statements and 2 out of 5 employees are embarrassed by them. 

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