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★AUTHORITY: A view into the reasons Americans do not fully trust authority figures. From the Pew Research Center, “Why Americans Don’t Fully Trust Many Who Hold Positions of Power and Responsibility” Comments?
★ROOTS: Hispanic roots. From the Pew Research Center, “Key facts about U.S. Hispanics and their diverse heritage” Comments?
★ LUCA-MENTORS: Do you know a young Latino who is the first in his/her family who aspires to attend college or university? If so, you may be be interested in LUCA (Latino U College Access).
★ SILVER LINING: Some insights on the “hidden” value of making a mistake. From Fast Company (Compass) “7 successful women on the “mistakes” that changed their careers” Comments?
★ AB5-AMENDMENTS?: California employers, more AB 5 information from Littler, “California AB 5’s Author and the Governor Attempt to Clarify Law’s Scope” Comments?
★ BURNOUT-FACTS: Information from Fast Company (Compass) on burnout, “What you’re probably getting wrong about workplace burnout” Comments?
★ MORE AB5:California employers: Independent contractor after AB5? From Fisher Phillips, “Rewriting California’s Independent Contractor Rules: A Business Survival Guide” Comments?
★ CAREER TRAPS: Some thoughts that may be standing in the way of your career’s growth, from Forbes, “Career Advancement Myths: 10 Mistakes That Keep You From Getting Ahead” Comments?
★JOURNALISM: An issue worth learning more about is discussed in this New York Times (Opinion), “The Growing Threat to Journalism Around the World” Comments?
★ DIABETES: Employers: Diabetes, why you should care about it. From HR Executive, “Why employers should care about diabetes” Comments?
★ HEART WARNINGS: Some words of caution from Reuters, (Health) People don’t reccognize heart attacks when symptoms come on slowly ” Comments?
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