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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★ Looking for some of the best article on workplace leadership published in 2018, from Gallup, “The Top 10 Workplace Leadership Articles of 2018” Comments?
Best of 2018
★ Is there a value to providing your employees with some “creative time”?, from Gallup, “Fostering Creativity at Work: Do Your Managers Push or Crush Innovation?” Comments?
★ Fostering good health at your workplace? Here’s one reason,, from Forbes, to do so, “Why Your Workplace Should Be Prioritizing Your Health” Comments?
★ Make eye contact; have you heard this phrase? Ever wonder why is is so important? From BBC Future, “Why meeting another gaze is so powerful” Comments?
★ A bit of art history, from the BBC (Culture), “Eight odd details hidden in masterpieces” Thoughts?
★ California’s future retirement plan, from Lex Blog, “Changes to Callifornia’s
Retirement Law on the Horizon” Comments?
★ Monitoring your social media? From Lex Blog, “New Guidance on Employer Control Over Employee Social Media” Comments?
Social Media Monitor
★ Another “Top Ten of 2018” for your review, from SHRM, “10 Ten California HR News Articles for 2018” Comments?
2018 Top 10 (2)
★An irritating habit’s impact at the workplace, from Forbes, “How Mansplaining Is Negatively Impacting Your Workplace- – And What You Can Do To Prevent It” Comments?
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