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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✔ Influence of “new age beliefs.” From the Pew Research Center; “‘New Age’ beliefs common among both religious and nonreligious
✔ The “Burbs.” From the Pew Research Center “5 facts about U.S. suburbs” Comments?
✔ Interesting discussion on life expectancy, from the BBC (Future) “Do we really live longer than our ancestors” Comments?
May You Live Long…
✔ Transgender employee, from HR Executive, “How to Ease Transgender Transitions at Work” Comments?
✔Do you strive to create a safe, healthy, and productive environment for your employees? From, McKinsey Quarterly, “The overlooked essentials of employee well-being” Comments?
✔ Pop Quiz: What are the three biggest problems you face with your co-workers? take a look at Fast Company’s list, with proposed solutions,
“This is how to fix your 3 biggest problems with your coworkers” Comments?
✔ Is your boss going through a personal crisis? some suggestions on how you can help, from Fast Company, “What you can do when your boss is going through a personal crisis” Comments?
✔ The importance of workplace culture, from McKinsey & Company,
“Want to reinvent your business? Start with culture” Comments?
✔ Thinking of asking for an increase in salary? From CNBC, “Here are 8 ways to negotiate a six-figure salary like a pro” Comments?
✔ Some health news, from Nutrition Action, “Does more protein in your food mean more muscle in you?” Comments?
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