Articles exploring workplace trends from the perspective of an employment law attorney whose focus is on the prevention of workplace disputes and the development of workplaces which support a culture of health, civility and respect. Comments and suggestions from readers are encouraged. Published every Tuesday and Thursday.

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Good Tuesday morning.

Welcome to today’s selection of articles.

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✔ From the BBC (Future): Why you really are ‘as old as you feel.’ Comments?
Feeling Young?

✔ Worried? From the BBC (Psychology): Why You Brain Never Runs Out of Problems To Find Have you experienced this?
Comments?
Troubling Thoughts

✔ Do you remember reading Shakespeare? Some interesting insights into our current events by a voice from the 1590’s. From Longreads: The Tyrant and His Enablers Comments?
Fiction or Fact?

✔ Do you have a “best friend” at work? From Gallup: Why We Need Best Friends at Work What are your thoughts… do you feel that it important to have a best friend at work? Comments?
BFF at Work?

✔ Have you been criticized for something you did not do? Here’s some suggestions from Fast Company: What to say when you get blamed for things that aren’t your fault Comments?
What Me?

✔ A little fun from the Huffington Post: Your Handy 2018 Guide To Officespeak: Ever sit in a meeting with no clue what people are talking about? What are your favorite “officespeak” words? Least favorite? Comments?
Officespeak

✔ Are you disturbed by something occurring at work? What do you do? From Forbes, When And How To Speak Up In The Workplace Comments?
Speak Up

✔ Some suggestions on handling the impact of “imposter syndrome” from Forbes: What Keeps Many Women From Feeling Confident In The Workplace Comments?
Imposter?

✔ A teaching moment from Greater Good Magazine: The Benefits of Admitting When You Don’t Know Comments?
Intellectual Humility

✔ For artists and art lovers, from the BBC (Culture): The Colour That Means Both Life and Death Can you guess what it is? Comments?
Ambivalent Color

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I will return on Thursday.

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Fred

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