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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Good Thursday morning.

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✔ An interesting and timely report from More in Common, “The Hidden Tribes of America” Comments?
Tribes

✔ Looking for a future career path? From the BBC (Capital, “Why gene editing could create so many jobs.” Comments?
Career Path

✔ Before you grab for that fast food burger at lunch…from consumers union, “Chair Reaction: Burger Edition” Comments?
Fast Food

✔ A California Pickle: Should Employers Defend Alleged Harassers? Pickle

✔ Quck quiz…what’s the #1 writing skill? From the BBC, “The one writing skill you must master” Comments?
Writing Skill

✔ Having a difficult time complying with the ADA and FEHA disability discrimination requirements? From Forbes, “6 Surprising Ways To Ditch Disability Bias In The Workplace” Comments?
ADA

✔ Do you rely on a fitness tracker for information? If so, you may find this article from Reuters of interest, “Fitness trackers’ accuracy varies widely for calories burned” Comments?
Tracker

✔ How do you feel about the use of bots on social media? now check out the results of the PEW Research’s report on the subject, “Social Media Bots Draw Public’s Attention and Concern” Comments?
BOTS

✔ Interested in learning more about U.S.Immigration? The PEW Research Center invites you participate in its on-line course, “Want to understand U.S. immigration? We’ve got an email course for you” Comments?
Immigration Class

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