Employment Law Consultant’s Blog (04-17-18)

Hello,

Good Tuesday morning.

Today is Tax Day!

I look forward to your comments about today’s articles.

This seems familiar. From the BBC: Dealing with Clients Who Expect You To Work for Free Comments? Work for Free?

From PBS Newshour:  On Holocaust Remembrance Day, Israeli and Polish presidents march from Auschwitz to Birkenau Lest we forget. Let’s Never Forget

For your health, from PBS Newshour: Wealthy Americans know less than they think they do about food and nutrition Comments? Nutrition

From the Pew Research Center: Bots in the Twittersphere  An estimated two-thirds of tweeted links to popular websites are posted by automated accountsnot human beings Thoughts? Twitter Bots

From Next Avenue: Walking Away From the Job I Loved Why she knew the time was right to retire but has one big worry What are your thoughts?  Leaving Work

For your health, Regular excess drinking can take years off your life, study finds Safe Alcohol Use?

From PBS Newshour:  With our shortage of skilled workers, career and technical education is ready to be taken seriously Comments? Education

As always, your comments and suggestions are welcome.

To find out more about my services and how I can help you with any challenges you’re facing workplace or to learn more about evaluating and planning your organization to prevent workplace conflicts contact me to request a free initial consultation held at your place of business.

My services are limited to individuals or businesses located within the County of Sonoma, California.

I will return Thursday.

Thank you,

Fred

 

 

 

 

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