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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✔ Have you been scammed? Here are some possible reasons why we a vulnerable to them, from the BBC: Why So Many People Fall for Scams Comments?
Scams

✔ From the Pew Research Center: Strong Men, Caring Women: How Americans describe what society values (and doesn’t) in each gender What are your thoughts on the Pew Center’s findings? Comments?
Gender Differences

✔ “Mansplaining”? From the BBC (Capital): Mansplaining Explained in One Chart A helpful tool. Comments?
Mansplaining

✔ Deciding on benefits? Some helpful information from Human Resource
Executive, 3 Biases Keeping Employees from Making Better Benefits Decisions Comments?
Benefit Decisions

✔ Thinking of hiring an “older worker”? Some helpful information from Human Resource Executive, Why Older Workers Are Now In Demand
Comments?
Older Workers

✔ Aging workforce? An important consideration from Fast Company,
Let’s stop letting women age out of the workforce worse off than men Comments?
Women in the Workforce

✔ A good discussion about workplace bullying and why we should be concerned about it. From Forbes, Here Is Why We Need To Talk About Bullying In The Work Place What is your experience? Comments?
Workplace Bullies

✔ Wondering if you should “tough it out” and stay in a job you don’t like.
Here are some tips from Fast Company, Here are six signs that it’s time to quit your job Comments?
Should I Stay or Shoiuld I Go

✔ From Forbes, How Disability-Friendly Is Your Workplace? 4 Ways To Put Your Business To The Test The title of the article says it all. Will you “put your business to the test”? Comments
Disability Friendly?

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Fred

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