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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✔ Subtle forms of workplace aggression and discrimination, from Forbes, “The Microaggressions Still Prevalent In The Workplace” Comments?
Microagressions

✔ Looking for ways to support women in the workplace? From Greater Good, “How to Be Fairer to Women in Workplace Leadership” Comments?
Supporting Women Leaders

✔ Will mimicking your boss enhance your career?A perspective on the topic from let’s grow leaders, “5 Ways Over-Aligning With Your Boss Can Damage your Credibility” Comments?
Mimicry

✔ Do you wonder why women do not report sexual harassment at the workplace? One point of view from Forbes”Workplace Harassment: Why Women Don’t Speak Up, “Comments?
Reporting Harassment

✔ Women and compassion, from greater good, ” Why Women Need Fierce Self-Compassioomen”Comments?
Self-Compassion

✔ A view of the world’s perspective on engagement in politics, from pew research center, “Many Around the World Are Disengaged From Politics” Comments?
Political Engagement

✔ Do you feel that keeping a low profile at work is the best strategy? from Fast Company, “How to get over your fear of speaking up”Comments?
Speak Up!

✔ Interested in learning more about immigration? A deep dive from the Per Research Center, “The Partisan Divide on Political Values Grows Even Wider” Comments?
Immigration Deep Dive

✔ Are you a film buff? Have you every asked yourself, “Why is Seven Summary So Good’? An opinion by the BBC. Comments?
Seven Samurai

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