From an employee relations point of view, political disagreements can leave employees feeling stressed, more isolated from their colleagues and less productive as a result of political discussions," says Ms Aspinall. "To pre-empt any disharmony, employers should not bury their heads in the sand. Now is the time to ensure HR policies are fit for purpose and are properly communicated ensuring all employees are aware of their obligations. "These include a policy on bullying and harassment and equal opportunities. "Bullying and harassment, in the non-discriminatory sense, usually includes offensive, intimidating, malicious or insulting behaviour that can make a person feel vulnerable, upset, humiliated, undermined or threatened.
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