THAT CAMPAIGN BUTTON CAN STING YOU AT WORK
NEW YORK TIMES
Jan 6, 2008
As the presidential elections heat up, many of your co-workers are openly advocating certain candidates. Are these displays of affiliation appropriate in the office? That depends on your employer. BRUCE BARRY, professor of management and sociology at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, said that while some companies regard political debate as building team spirit, others view it as a distraction or worse.