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Right to Be Anonymous? Not at Some Company Meetings – The Wall Street Journal

Some executives call incognito employee questions a lifeline; others consider them vehicles for inappropriate commentary



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A practice many tech workers embrace as a workplace right is, at some companies, now at risk of being abandoned.
For years, companies large and small have permitted anonymous questions during all-hands meetings, as a way to encourage free-flowing dialogue around sensitive issues.
But after a year that included a divisive election, nationwide protests for racial justice and a global pandemic that drove much of the business world to remote work, many employers are questioning the practice. Some firms…

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