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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✔ Improving your business through a culture of health, from Forbes “Is Employee Wellbeing The Price For Workplace High Performance?” Comments?
Culture of Health
✔ What do you think causes people to be miserable at work? one opinion is presented in this article by Jeffery in Fortune, “Why ‘Modern’ Work Culture Makes People So Miserable”. Comments?
✔ Workplace culture? From Chief Executive, “It’s Time To Take Culture Seriously” Comments?
✔ What is your view on the future of the economy? See the results of the McKinsey Global Survey “Snapshot, September 2018: McKinsey Global Survey results” Comments?
✔ Workplace culture (Pew Research Center) “Many Americans say women are better than men at creating safe, respectful workplaces” Comments?
Women & Workplace Culture
✔ Good question, “Are You An ‘insecure Overachiever” from the abc.
✔Emerging trend? From the PBS Newshour, “Employers jump into providing care as health costs rise” Comments?
✔ A major health milestone on the horizon? From the PBS Newshour “The end of HIV transmission in the U.S.: A once-unthinkable dream becomes an openly discussed goal” Comments?
✔ The importance of following a regular sleep pattern, from Reuters “Adults need a regular bedtime, too” Comments?
✔ A little fun for your Thursday A little fun for your Sunday morning, from the BBC “Seven Intriguing Phrases from Around the World” Comments?
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