Survey: Politics are ripping tech companies apart

From Sean Captain at Fast Company, a progressive tech/work newsmag:

Whether they agree or disagree with their company’s politics, fear about ideological conflicts with colleagues runs across all political groups: very liberal, liberal, moderate, conservative, very conservative, and libertarian.

Nearly half of employees at companies with political agendas said their ideological views impacted their ability to work. At companies perceived to have a political agenda, 63% of workers said that ridicule in the workplace is commonplace if you disagree with a colleague, while only 21% said that happens at their apolitical companies. More.

Reality check: Dare we hope that, except for the companies that are too big for anyone’s good and may require special handing, the wokest will soon be the brokest, as per usual?

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