DBJ Talks Politics in the Workplace with Partner Carrie Hoffman

12 October 2012 News

Carrie B. Hoffman, a labor and employment partner in Gardere's Dallas office, discussed sensitivities surrounding talk of the upcoming election at work with the Dallas Business Journal.

"From an owner/employer standpoint, the last thing you want to do is have your employee feeling uncomfortable at work because they don't support the political candidate you do," Ms. Hoffman said. "If they're uncomfortable, they're not going to be productive. That's the reality. You want them to be at work to work. We're not at work to express our political views."

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