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Politics are becoming tougher to avoid at work, survey finds | The Washington Post

Escalating political tensions in the workplace are creating problems for organizations as midterm elections draw nearer, a new survey shared with The Washington Post found. About 1 in 4 workers, or 26 percent, said they have personally experienced differential treatment (positive and negative) because of their political views or affiliation, according to fresh data from the Society for Human Resource Management. Abhinav Gupta, associate professor of management at the UW, is quoted.