This is a list of controversial and inappropriate topics that shouldn’t be discussed at work
|#3||Personal financial issues|
|#5||Illegal drug use or possession|
|#6||Gossip or rumors about coworkers|
|#7||Medical conditions or disabilities|
|#8||Sexual orientation or gender identity|
|#10||People’s Personal Matters|
Read these inappropriate questions and comments and conclude what category these belong to:
- Do you support Donald Trump?
- Do you believe in God?
- Are you an atheist?
- Do you watch porn?
- Do you smoke Marihuana?
- Are you gay?
- What do you think about abortion?
- Are you lesbian?
- I think Sasha is broke
- Do you smoke pot?
- What do you think about Gun control?
- Did you spend the night with John?
- I think that Sasha is visiting the Psychiatrist
- Sasha’s daughter failed most of her classes
- Do you identify yourself as a woman?
- Have you ever had an STD?
- Do you support Ukraine or Russia?
- I think Peter is taking weight-loss pills
- Marcos is getting bald
- Francis had a hair transplant
- I heard Jenna owes money to the bank
- Do you go to nightclubs?
- Are you a republican or a democrat?
- Do you owe money to the bank?
- Do you have diabetes?
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Keep this in Mind
It is important to refrain from discussing controversial and inappropriate topics at work as it can create a hostile or uncomfortable environment for colleagues. This can lead to decreased productivity, increased tension, and even legal repercussions.
It’s important to be aware of company policies and guidelines regarding appropriate workplace behavior and to always treat colleagues with dignity and respect. If a situation arises where a controversial or inappropriate topic is brought up, it’s best to steer the conversation away from the topic and back to work-related matters.