About the Event

Speak up or stay silent?

The majority of Americans think that employers should keep the workplace politically neutral during this presidential election year, according to a recent study. However, most employees said that businesses still have a role to play in bridging societal divisions to help find common ground in an increasingly polarized landscape. At the same time, employers are increasingly opting to stay neutral or silent, a markedly different approach compared to the 2020 election year.

Join us on Wednesday, June 12 at 12 p.m. ET for a Page Conversation on Navigating Elections, Culture and Polarization in the Workplace with Chris Deri, President, Corporate Advisory Businesses, Weber Shandwick, and Ben Kalevitch, Managing Director, United Minds. Together we’ll begin to untangle this complex issue and share strategies for fostering employee engagement and a positive company culture, even amidst a politically charged environment.

During this interactive session, you’ll learn about recent insights on what employees expect from their employers and how executives are planning to communicate about polarizing issues. Participants will also have the opportunity to share guidance, advice and considerations for communicators.

If you have any questions about the event or your registration, please reach out to Mia Skwiot at mskwiot@page.org.