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 Tuesday morning.

Welcome to today’s selection of articles.

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★ A glimpse of the future from PPRI, “Young People Set to Impact the Debate on Women’s Health Issues” Comments?
Women’s Health

★ With the New Year a “best of” selection, from Brain Pickings, “The Best of Brain Pickings 2018” Comments?
Brain Pickings Best

★ Another take on 2018 from the perspective of historians, from “What Will History Books Say About 2018?: 16 top historians predict the future. Politico, ” Comments?
History

★ A place for introverts to call home? From the BBC, “Latvia: Europe’s Nation of Introverts” Comments?
Latvia-Introverts

★ Are you an introvert? Like to be alone? From the BBC (Future),”Why being a loner may be good for your health” Comments?
Healthy Loners

★ With the New Year you may be interested in this article from the BBC, “The simple tips to improve your health” Comments?
Health

★ Remember “rabbit ears”? Guess what’s making a comeback, from the Los Angeles Times, “TV antennas are making a comeback in the age of digital streaming” Comments?
Rabbit Ears?

★ What are your thoughts on what makes life meaningful? From Yes!Magazine, “Science of a Meaningful Life: Top 10 Insights of 2018” Comments?
Meaning in Life

★ Do you have a disabling medical condition? If so, you have probable wrestled with the issues presented by Forbes in the article, “Should You Tell Your Boss About Your Disability?”Comments?
Disclose or Not?

★ Are you a manager or supervisor? Have you ever wondered
“How to Manage Someone Who Is Totally Disorganized” (Harvard Business Review). Comments?
Disorganized?

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