How the Iraq war altered the American workplace

12/19/2011 | Forbes

Even though the war in Iraq has ended, its affect on the workplace is still being felt, Laurie Ruettimann writes. For example, more people openly discuss politics at work; work-life benefits are now more often recognized as essential; and the "don't ask, don't tell" policy has prompted discussions about sexual orientation in the workplace, she writes.

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