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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★GLOBALIZATION: Has globalization passed into the sunset? Listen to this podcast from the McKinsey Global Institute for the answer “Globalization’s next chapter” Comments?
★WAITING: Waiting to hear about the job you applied for…and waiting…and waiting….From Fast Company, ” How to cope with a long job search” Comments?
★ LITTLE THINGS: Building and maintaining relationships in the workplace. “Little things” can matter. From the Harvard Business Review, “The Little Things That Affect Our Work Relationships” Comments?
★ IMMIGRANTS: Take a second to think about the questions raised in this article by HR Executive, “How Many Employers Have Been Prosecuted for Employing Illegals?” Surprised by the findings of the study? Comments?
★ GIG & ABC: News on California’s efforts to regulate the “gig economy.” From Fisher Phillips, “California Bill To Codify ABC Test Passes First Hurdle”
★ SELF AWARENESS: Does self-awareness benefit women in the workplace more than men? From Harvard Business Review, “Why Self-Awareness Isn’t Doing More to Help Women’s Careers” Comments?
★RESPOND TO BIAS: How do you handle gender bias from an employee direct towards you when you are that employee’s supervisor or manager? From Fisher|Philips, Who’s The Boss? How Managers Can Handle Gender Bias From Their Own Subordinates” Comments?
★GARDENS & LIBRARIES: Is it Summer yet? From Brain Pickings a review of some of the insights found in the book “Everything in Its Place: First Loves and Last Tales” by Oliver Sacks. Comments?
★ PERIOD: Trending and long overdue, from PBS New Hour, “4 ways groups are making period care easier and more equitable” Comments?
★ FOOD CRAVINGS: Do you have food cravings? Who doesn’t? The BBC (Future) has some insights to share in its article, “Why you shouldn’t trust food cravings.” Comments?
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