Prepare Your Biz for Politics

When it comes to politics in the workplace, all businesses have certain rights and responsibilities. We created this free guide to help you prepare for how to protect your business, encourage civic participation and create a positive work environment.

Politics doesn't have to be scary. We break down the common scenarios small businesses face to help you set the tone in your workplace.

Do you know if you are required to give paid time off for an employee to vote?

Now more than ever employees are engaging in political activity, and that is going to have an impact in the workplace. Businesses should be out in front of this by creating and enforcing solid company policies that set the tone for the workplace.

Whether you have 1 employee or 100, by ignoring politics in your policies and culture, you are opening your business to conflicts and legal liabilities.

This guide was created by Megan Bedera, business coach and veteran political strategist, and Jaclyn Mayes-Avíla, a human resources practitioner with more than 15 years of experience advising businesses on their rights and responsibilities.

Learn How to Navigate Workplace Politics Legally and Respectfully

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