We know things are complicated and you may find yourself on one side of an opinion that’s opposite of your coworkers’.
It’s worth bearing in mind that major news events affect people differently – everyone goes through different experiences and have different beliefs that shape the way they might respond to an event in the headlines (or not).
We recently observed the US Supreme Court reverse the decision of Roe v. Wade and we realize that no matter your opinion on the issue, there might be some friction in the workplace.
That’s why we wanted to publish these free resources to give people a guide on how to check in with your teammates and provide support when historical news enters our lives.
Learn how to discuss opposing opinions healthily in the workplace
Want some tips on how to have a healthy discussion in the workplace about an opposing political issue?
How do you recognize someone is struggling in the workplace?
What to watch for to make sure your coworkers are holding up
How do I reach out to my coworkers?
Things may seem too complicated to talk about after a major event or news story, but there are ways to reach out to coworkers