Is it ok to Talk about Politics at Work?

In this week's podcast I explore the question is it ok to talk about politics at work? Especially fresh from the UK's general election, where there are likely to be discussions in the workplace. Continue Reading Is it ok to Talk about Politics at Work?

Welcome to the 254th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. This month’s theme is all about politics. Today, I’ll be exploring the question is it ok to talk about Politics at Work? We will be diving into the complexities of discussing politics in the workplace.

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In today’s show on is it ok to Talk about Politics at Work?

  • About my TEDx Talk. [00:49]
  • What I mean when I talk about politics. [01:29]
  • How do we define talking about politics at work. [02:47]
  • Recent surveys about political discussions in the workplace [04:23]
  • Ways to decide if political discussions could be ok in your workplace. [06:36]

Quotes on is it ok to Talk about Politics at Work?

  • Workplaces are global spaces, so we need to consider world politics.
  • According to one survey, 60% of workers say it’s ok to talk about politics at work.
  • It’s really important to define what we’re actually talking about, when we say “talking about politics”.
  • In England, generally, we don’t talk about politics that much, especially compared with the three nations of Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland.

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