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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✔ The future is 5G, from Information Age: “5 reasons why 5G is the
✔ Attorneys and other Bloggers. Want to know how not to Blog, from My Shingle, “Make Money Mondays: How Not to Blog: A Reprisal” Comments?
✔ Getting ready for a job interview? From Fast Company “Every interview question is really this question” Comments?
✔ Thinking of going to a networking event? Same thoughts on the value of networking by Entrepreneur, “Even Introverts Can Excel at Networking by Following These Steps” Comments?
✔ What is your perception, Are Demotions on the Rise”, from Fast Company. Comments?
✔ A timely refresher on Title VII…don’t forget California’s laws which add another level of care, from Forbes “Understanding Title VII: Safeguard Your Company When Firing A Protected-Class Employee” Comments?
✔ Attorneys, do you know your “professional niche”? have thoughts of podcasting? See this article in Forbes for some suggestions:This Attorney Is Scaling Her Practice With Podcasting And Influencers’ Comments?
✔ Bad news! Failed to get the job you wanted? Now what do you do?
a suggestion from U.S. News and World Report, “How to Deal With Job Search Rejection” Comments?
✔ A timely reminder regarding the impact of “word choice.”
From Fast Company “Using this word can make you sound inadvertently sexist” Comments?
✔California requires a vegan option on the menu at hospitals, health facilities such as nursing homes, and state prisons, Senate Bill No. 1138 Comments?
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