Articles exploring workplace trends selected by 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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✔ Do you know the answer to this question from the BBC (Capital) : Why We Hate Using Email But Love Sending Text Comments?
Text

✔ Here’s a surprising development, from PBS News Hour: Jobs boom favors Democratic counties, not Trump strongholds Comments?
Jobs

✔ Civility in the workplace? From HR Exec
utive, Google’s Goals for Civility in the Workplace Comments? Contact me to learn more.
Civility

✔ Lower unemployment rates are not unique to the United States. From Pew Research Center: EU unemployment rate falls to near pre-recession low Comments?
Unemployment Rates

✔ A significant voting trend and it potential impact, from fivethrityeight.com: Young Women Could Redefine The Women’s Vote Comments?
Voting Trend

✔ Want to avoid “burn out?” Some suggestions from Fast Company: 5 ways new managers can protect themselves from burning out Comments?
Avoid Burn-Out

✔ In a way, it doesn’t seem like the time to worry about getting laid off; however, you might want save this article from The Ladders for a “rainy day. 18 best pieces of advice about life after layoffs, from people who have lost their jobs . Comments?
Layoff Tips

✔ Does your workplace support mentorships? Do you have a person you consider to be your mentor? Here’s a thought from Forbes: Why Female Mentorship In The Workplace Is More Important Than Ever Comments?
Female Mentors

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Fred

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