Unless you have been in hiding, you will have noticed that this has been a contentious time for the country. Since Election Day, we have been bombarded with news of the transition, Cabinet nominees, protests, executive orders, travel restrictions, and most recently, litigation in the courts. Every day brings unprecedented headlines related to the election and the new administration. Although historically, companies have attempted to maintain the tried and true rule of not discussing politics at work, this year feels different. Anecdotally, through clients and peer firms, we hear that the divisive national conversation has entered the workplace. This creates a number of challenges for management. Think of it like a weather event, as an external factor that forces companies to make changes to lessen the impact on their business. Read more of this article here, written by KPPB LAW’s founding partner Sonjui Kumar.
You are here: / Firm News / Managing Campaigns, Protests and Diverse Opinions in the Workplace