The workweek is almost at an end.
What follow is a selection of articles on aspects of employment law spotted since Tuesday.
Hope they are of interest to you.
Let me know if you have a topic area of interest, I can watch for and p[ublish article alligned with your interests.
✔FromProPublica, Measuring the Toll of the Opioid Epidemic Is Tougher Than It Seems Opiod How is this crisis affewcting your workplace?
✔From TheNation, Millennials Are Keeping Unions Alive Unions
✔The Job Accommodation Network is an excellent resource for your ADA/Job Accommodation questions. Here is an example, Accommodation and Compliance Series: Job Descriptions JAN What are “essential functions” ? The article answers that question and more. The JAN website is worth a browse.
✔From Brookings, Is Automation Labor-Displacing? Productivity Growth, Employment and the Labor Share (link to the Abstract which contains a link to the full report) Automation-Labor What is the future of labor? Thoughts?
✔From TheGuardian, The Better Way To Support Rape Victims: Put Their Needs First What are your thoughts? Rape Restorative Justice? After reading the article do you think is is a process applicalbe to work through cases of domestic violence? Abuse? Harassment?
✔From the Washington Post, Federal judge in D.C. weighs ordering administration to restart ‘dreamers’ program DACA
✔A Blog site worth viewing, The Friction Project The Friction Project
✔From the New York Post, How to survive an active shooter situation in the workplace, Shooter A grim comment on the times we live in. What efforts have been taken in your weorkplace?
As always, I welcome your comments and suggestions.