Given nationwide protests in the United States following George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis, an increasingly polarized political divide, and rising stress and anxiety amid the coronavirus pandemic, the likelihood of workplace conflicts is high. As more offices and businesses reopen after lockdowns, however, organizations have an opportunity to renew or revise workplace cultures that have gone awry by following conflict to its origins.
Author: SHRM Global
Date/time: 11th June 2020, 06:02
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