It's that time of year again. Discussions of political candidates and ballot issues can be heard everywhere in the office, from the water cooler to the weekly sales meeting. But what about when the debates turn heated and coworkers begin to resent eachother?
Hireology recently released an eBook designed for HR professionals and business owners everywhere who are dealing with the election season office drama. As experts in the issue, Hireology will tell you that it is OK to talk politics at work, as long as it doesn't go to far.
This eBook includes the three approaches managers should take when political campaigning inside the office goes to far and the best strategies to coping with election etiquette. The guide also features the 5 most commonly asked illegal election interview questions that you may be asking your job candidates daily during the political season.
All included features of HR's Guide to the Election Season:
- Hireology's Do's and Don'ts of Politics in the Workplace
- 3 Approaches to dealing with political discussions inside the office
- Illegal Interview Questions - The Election Season Edition
- A map of voter leave laws
Download your free copy of "Politics in the Workplace: HR's Guide to the Election Season" for free today!
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Erin Borgerson is the Marketing Coordinator/Tweeter/Crisis Controller/Culture Ambassador (the last two titles she gave to herself) for Hireology, a web-based selection management platform that provides customized interviews, job profiling, and one-click background checks to help you hire the right person. Start your free trial at www.Hireology.com today!