Employment Law Consultant (03-05-19)

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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Good Tuesday morning.

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★ Gender definitions in the workplace some considerations, from HRExecutive, “Redefining Gender at Work: How Companies Are Evolving” Comments?
Gender

★ Business working or just busy? From Mindful, “Are You Addicted to Doing?” Comments?
Busy?

★ Are you engaging in teaching as a profession? Here’s a report on something you may already knew about, from The Guardian, “Teachers experience more stress than other workers, study shows” Comments?
Teachers & Stress

★ Some suggestions on resolving workplace disputes from Forbes, “A Better Way To Manage Conflicts In The Workplace” Comments?
Workplace Dispute Resolution

★ Worried about losing a valuable member of your workplace’s team? From HRExecutive, “What You Can Do to Keep Your Top Talent from Bolting” Comments?
Keeping Talent

★ A good questions to ask as the flu season increases, from the BBC (Capital), “Why do ill people still come to work?” Comments?
Sick Call

★ A bit of a “deep dive”on the role of arbitration within the context of workplace disputes, from the National Law Journal,”‘Epic’ Impact: How a Major SCOTUS Decision in Favor of Arbitration Is Shaping the Landscape for Workplace Lawsuit” Comments?
Arbitration

★ A topic very close to home, from the BBC, “How to bring wildfires under control” Comments?
Wildfires

★ Concerned about discrimination in the workplace? From Vox, “Workplace discrimination is illegal. But our data shows it’s still a huge problem.” Comments?
Workplace Discrimintation

★ Having a rough week at work? Planning to sleep in during the weekend
? From BBC (Health), “Weekend lie-ins ‘do not make up for sleep deprivation'” Comments?
Can’t Catch Up?

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2 thoughts on “Employment Law Consultant (03-05-19)

  1. Your LinkedIn feed is by far the most informed and well researched offering in the field!

    Thank you so much for these articles and your expertise in the field of employment law.

    –Donnie

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