It’s okay to take a break from watching our country’s descent into darkness after the election of our strange new president. But sometimes the people around you aren’t willing to give you one — particularly if you work in an office where everyone thinks they’re a pundit. So how do you make it stop without starting an intra-office war? We asked our HR expert to tackle that in this week’s column.
Read our latest installment of Go See HR here.
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