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★ AGEISM: Have you experienced or observed ageism in your workplace? From Fast Company (Compass) , “Ageism at work starts earlier than you think” Comments?
★ BURNOUT: Burnout?:WHO now considers burnout a syndrome” Comments?
★ FACTFILE: Deep statistical deep dive on a topic under discussion in the workplace and community, from PPRI (Public Religion Research Institute,) “The State of Abortion and Contraception Attitudes in All 50 States”Comments?
★ CORRECTIONS: Some practical advice from Quartz At Work, “The best way to correct your boss when they’ve made a mistake” Comments?
★ BLAKE: A writer of timeless poetry. It is well worth your time to read William Blake. From BBC (Culture),, “William Blake: The greatest visionary in 200 years” Comments?
★MOMMUNE: Is there a “mommune” in your future or that of a colleague? From the BBC (Worklife), “The single mums who live together on ‘mommunes’” Comments?
★ THERAPY: Wrestling with how to take time off for therapy? From Huffington Post, “How To Tell Your Boss You Need To Go To Therapy During Work Hours” Comments?
★ JUGGLERS: Juggling act? From McKinsey & Company, “How dual-career couples find fulfillment at work” Comments?
★ CALIFORNIA GIG: Gig work redefined in California, from NPR, “California Lawmakers Advance Bill To Redefine And Protect Gig Economy Workers”Comments?
★ LONG WORK: Does working longer hours make you a more productive worker? From BBC (Worklife), “What wartime /‘munitionettes’ can teach us about burnout” Comments?
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