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Over the past two years, political and social issues have increasingly crept into the workplace and more than half (58%) of employees note their employers are taking a stance on these issues. This approach, however, is not always welcomed by everyone in an organization.

While 63% of employees state they’re comfortable discussing social and political issues, they don’t necessarily want their employer to take a firm stance on the issues. There’s almost an even split between employees who prefer their organization didn’t vocalize their stance on political and social issues and those that prefer their employer to address them in some capacity.

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