Employment Law Consultant (04-30-19)

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.

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Good Tuesday morning.

Welcome to today’s selection of articles.

Wellbeing Interested in improving the health of your organization’s human resources? You might want to start with your managers. From HR Executive, “4 Proven Ways to Engage Managers in Wellbeing” Comments?

Future of Work Exploring ideas on how to pre[pare for the future of work? This White Paper from the World Economic Forum might give you a “jump start”,  “Eight Futures of WorkScenarios and their Implications” Comments?

Graduate Studies A good question, from the BBC (Capital) “Why don’t we help graduate navigate office life?” Comments?

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Funds for Community Colleges Employed at a community college? This report, from the Century Foundation might interest you, “Recommendations for Providing Community Colleges with the Resources They Need” Comments?

Sexual Harassment A primer on the rights of each party to a complaint of sexual harassment in the workplace, from Fast Company, “These are your legal rights in cases of workplace sexual harassment” Comments?

Enjoy Work Ever wondered how you  would go about creating a work environment where people want to work?  From Forbes, some  thoughts on “Creating A Workplace Where People Want To Work” Comments?

Mindfullness How can you establish a culture of mindfulness in the workplace, Ladders presents an approach in its article, “7 ways to establish a culture of mindfulness in the workplace” Comments?

Perfomance Based Pay Are you considering moving to a pay increase system based upon performance? If so consider the point raised in this article from HR Executive, “Could Performance-Based Pay Lead to Depression Among Workers?” Comments?

Reflection A reflection from the BBC (Earth) “A 360 view of a solar eclipse from space” Comments?

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