It’s Not Your Coworkers’ Job to Teach You About Social Issues.


Picture this scenario: you are part of a casual conversation in the office, and an employee brings up a recent news article she read that morning about a new law in a neighboring state. She expresses that she’s frustrated by the news, and that she wishes she didn’t have to start her day on that note. You ask, “Wait, why is that law a bad thing?” The employee shares a pointed look with her friend and says to you, “Google it.” She changes the topic, and after a few moments walks back to her desk.



Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.