Employment Law Consultant (02-12-19)

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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★ Issues on the minds of Californians, from the Public Policy Institute of California, “PPIC Statewide Survey: Californians and Their Government” Comments?
California Issues

★ Climate change? From the New York Times, “It’s Official: 2018 Was the Fourth-Warmest Year on Record” Comments?
Climate Change

★ A status report on “Health Insurance Coverage Eight Years After the ACA” from The Commonwealth Fund. Comments?
Health Insurance

★ It is “Cancer Prevention Month”, learn more from the American Institute of Cancer Research, “Cancer Prevention Month Touches Everyone” Comments?
Cancer Prevention Month

★ Here’s an interesting benefit from employment benefit from Sweden. From the BBC, “Sweden’t surprising rule for time off.” Comments?
Sweden’s Leave Policy

★ Do your employees look forward to returning to work on Mondays? From Gallup, “How to Help Employees Look Forward to Mondays” Comments?

★ Are you a California employer? This publication from Fox Rothschild may be of interest to you, “Doing Business in California: A Guide for Employers” Comments?
Employment Law Update

★ Do you know about ” The Wing”? From, VOX, “The big, controversial business of The Wing, explained” Comments?
The Wing

★ From Reuters, “Lunar New Year celebrations” Comments?
Lunar New Year

★ An inspiring story about two friends, a mutual interest in food, and a successful start up. From the BBC, “How two friends built a popular food website” Comments?
Inspiring Start-Up
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