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October 15, 2019

If political talk disrupts a workplace, bosses must step in

  • Owners have the right to tell staffers that political discussions are banned during work hours.
    AP Business Writer

    NEW YORK — With the next presidential election a little over a year away, small business owners will likely start seeing employees spending more time discussing politics.

    For many owners, that can be a problem because chats about politics can run on, cutting into productivity. Other bosses find that passions can run high when staffers disagree about candidates and where they stand on issues.

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