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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In honor of 41, from the New York Times, The Patrician President and the Reporterette: A Screwball Story
In Honor of 41
✔ A view from the “other side of the pond” from The Lancet, “We need to talk about meat” Comments?
✔ Is it “o.k.’ to be yourself while at work? From the BBC (Capital) “Yes, you should really ‘be yourself’ at work” Comments?
Just Be Yourself?
✔ Good morning, Have you eaten your breakfast yet? From the BBC (Future), “Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day?”
✔ What’s the future for the Liberal Arts in colleges and universities? From the PBS Newshour, “How colleges are adapting to the decline in liberal arts majors Education” Comments?
✔ A glimpse of the impact of climate change on America’s future. From VOX.. “Watch how the climate could change in these US cities by 2050”
Climate Change 2050
✔ What’s your opinion on eating organic foods? The people at the Pew Research Center share the results of a recently conducted survey, “Americans are divided over whether eating organic foods makes for better health” Comments?
✔ Questions on climate change? From the BBC, “Climate change: ‘World at crossroads’ warning as key talks begin” Comments?
More on Climate Change
✔ Workplace policies regarding menopause, from Forbes, “Tackling The Menopause Taboo In The Workplace” Comments?
✔ Do you employ “remote workers”? some suggestions from the Harvard Business Review on, “Helping Remote Workers Avoid Loneliness and Burnout” Comments?
✔ What do you do about workplace stress?How does toxic stress affect the “bottom line”? Can meditation play a role in reduction? From Forbes, “How To Reduce Toxic Stress In Your Workplace” Comments?
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