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 civility and health. Comments and suggestions from readers are encouraged. Published every Tuesday and Thursday.
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✔ A good, positive thought for the start of your day, from Mind Body
Green, “People Probably Like You More Than You Think, Says Science” Comments?
✔ The value of diversity, from Fast Company, “Melinda Gates: Why I’m betting on diversity” Comments?
✔ Looking for ideas on how to improve your “bottom line” and employee engagement…try workplace culture of health, from Forbes, “Bringing Workplace Wellbeing Closer To Home” Comments?
✔ What’s the quality of al mental health in your workplace? Why is it important to have the answer to this question.From Forbes “Poor Mental Health Is Widespread In The Workplace” Comments?
Mental Health & Workplace
✔When is the right time to “cut your losses?” A suggestion from the bBC (Capital), “The Trick To Learning When To Cut your Losses” Comments?
Know When to Fold Them
=✔ Pop quiz…what are the top challenges faced by employees in today’s workplace? LinkedIn and Fortune suggests the following as the top ten “These Are the Top 10 Challenges for Employees in the Workplace Right Now” Comments?
✔ Have you been invited to share your opinion or provide feedback/ some suggestions from Fast Company. “Ask yourself these questions before giving honest feedback” Comments?
✔ Do you still use or accept cash? A perspective from the BBC “The rise of the payment app: ‘I hardly use cash any more'” Comments?
✔ For artists and art lovers, the color Umber, from the BBC “Umber: The Colour of Debauchery” Comments?
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