Articles exploring workplace trends selected by an employment law attorney and counselor with a 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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★ Sex discrimination in the workplace, from Forbes, “Some interesting statistics on sex discrimination in the workplace” Comments?
★ What are your views on the important national issues. compare your thoughts with those reported by the New Research Center in the post, “State of the Union 2019: How Americans see major national issues” Comments?
★ What is an “inclusive work environment’? From Forbes, “What An Inclusive Workplace Actually Looks Like, And Seven Ways To Achieve It” Comments?
★ You are at a job interview when asked “What are your weaknesses.” Hw do you response? From U.S. News and World Report, “How to Describe Weaknesses in a Job Interview” Comments?
★ Have you experience “flow.”? From the BBC (Capital), “The ‘flow state’: Where creative work thrives” Comments?
★ There’s an app for that, What about money and financial apps. Do they help? From BBC (Business), “Do money apps make us better or worse with our finances?” Comments?
There’s an App…
★ For your health, from the BBC (Future), “How to eat your way to a healthy gut” Comments?
★ The value of ethics in the workplace, from Forbes, “Creating An Ethical Workplace May Not Be Easy, But Is It Critical? Yes, It Is” Comments?
★ A report on the consumption of meat, from the BBC, “Which countries eat the most meat?” Comments?
★ Troubling health trend, from the Lancet-Public Health, “Emerging cancer trends among young adults in the USA: analysis of a population-based cancer registry” Comments?
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