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★ Employed in higher education? This report from The alliance for Higher Education and Democracy may be of interest to you, “QUESTIONING THE CALCULATIONS: Are Colleges Complying With Federal And Ethical Mandates For Providing Students With Estimated Costs?” Comments?
Higher Education Costs
★ From The Education Privacy Resource Center, “40 Organizations Release Privacy Principles for Student Safety”
★ How do you feel today? Choose an emotion or expression at the Seattle Times Her Story Our Story Project. Comments?
★ How do you get local news in your community? From The Pew Research Center, “Explore local news habits in your city with our new interactive” Try it out. Comments?
★ Leaving an old job for a new one? Don’t forget to write a resignation letter, from U.S. News and World Report, “Crafting a Classy Resignation Letter” Comments?
★ Planning on going to a networking event? Wondering about the best approach? Here are a few suggestions from Thrive Global, “The Networking Mindset” Comments?
★ How do you manage conflict in the workplace? A few reasons why “avoidance” is one approach you should not consider, from Fast Company, “Why you should stop avoiding conflict in the workplace” Comments?
★ Take a moment to think about the employment laws you, as a manager-employer, should have a working knowledge of. Make a list and compare your response to the one presented by Rework, “the 5 Employment Laws Every Manager Must Know” How did the lists compare? Comments?
5 Employment Law Basics
★ Time for a little bit of deep thinking, from the BBC (Future),
“Are we close to understanding the puzzle of consciousness?” Comments?
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