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.
Good Tuesday morning.
Welcome to today’s selection of articles.
I appreciate receiving your feedback and suggestions.
Please urge your friends to join the conversation by signing up to this Blog.
✔ Night shift health risks, from Reuters (Health), “Night shifts plus unhealthy lifestyle may be recipe for diabetes” Comments?
✔ Concerned about the security and accuracy off your personal information on the internet? From Poynyer, “How to keep your personal information safe from creeps on the internet” Comments?
✔ Questions about “hiring for diversity”? Some suggestions from Fast Company, “Employers, you need to get rid of these misconceptions about diversity” Comments?
✔ When you focus on developing and maintaining a diverse workplace culture don’t lose sight of the value of inclusion within the workplace. From the Harvard Business Review, “To Retain Employees, Focus on Inclusion — Not Just Diversity” Comments?
✔ A good review of privacy issues which arose in 2018. From Mitchell|| Williams, “Did 2018 Set In Motion Privacy Regulation in the U.S. Landscape? Let’s Review” Comments?
✔ Any of you wondering, “Are millennials on track to become the richest generation?” BBC (Capital) share its opinion. Comments?
✔ Do you follow true-crime stories on television or in books?BBC (Culture) offers its opinion on “How we got hooked on grisly true crime.” Comments?
Hooked on True Crime?
✔ What are your thoughts on the use off “porn-filters” on college and university campuses? From the Daily Beast, “These College Guys Are Trying to Ban Porn on Campus”
✔ Some timely suggestions about employee retention from HR Executive, “Are Your Employees Leaving? Here’s How to Stop Them” Comments?
✔ A book worth reading and remembering, from Undark, “Probing the Many Riddles of Memory” Comments?
To find out more about my services and how I can help you with any challenges you’re facing at your workplace or to learn more about evaluating and planning your organization to prevent workplace conflicts contact me to request a free initial consultation held at your place of business by using the information provided under “contact”
My services are limited to individuals or businesses located within the County of Sonoma, California.
I will return on Thursday
Thank you and best regards,
Employment Law and Mediation Office of Fred Engbarth ✔Employment Law Attorney-Consultant ✔Focused on Prevention ✔Fostering Workplace Cultures of Civility, Inclusion, and Safety ✔Solutions Finder ✔Negotiation & Mediation ✔Internal Personnel Investigations
“Let’s Connect” on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/fredengbarth
DISCLAIMER: This site is for informational and educational purposes only. It does not constitute legal advice and is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship. Further, your use of this blog does not create an attorney-client relationship. Readers should not act upon any information presented on this blog without seeking professional legal counsel. The legal information provided in this site is general and should not be relied on as legal advice, which I cannot provide without full consideration of all relevant information relating to one’s individual situation.