Employee communications

Political speech at the office ‘may get worse’ post-election


A contentious presidential contest and social justice protests have forced employers to consider whether these types of topics should be discussed in the workplace.


Politics, masks: How to defuse workplace tensions


Managers have been trained on how to resolve conflicts with customers. They can use that training to minimize intraoffice political squabbling.


Push to keep tabs on employees spurs union of monitoring firms


Smarsh, which enables banks and other clients to archive employee communications, is buying the AI firm Digital Reasoning as employers increasingly seek surveillance options for personnel working from home.


Listen, speak, act: One CEO's playbook for inclusive cultures


Banks must address the societal issues that resonate deeply with their customers and communities, says Regions Financial chief John Turner.