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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Published every Tuesday and Thursday
I was not able to publish last Thursday as a result of the Kincaid Fire and related evacuation order, loss of electricity and internet coverage.
Good Tuesday morning
★ SMOKE: A timely reminder for California employers. From Ogletree and Deakins, “Employers’ Obligations in Light of California’s Wildfire Smoke Regulation” Comments?
★ ERROR: Now what do I do? From Glassdoor, “4 Ways to Salvage an Interview Gone Wrong” Comments?
★ OVER THE DINNER TABLE: Would you share your views of Donald Trump over dinner? From The Pew Research Center, “Public Highly Critical of State of Political Discourse in the U.S.” Comments?
★ DIGITAL FUTURE: What are your views on the future of digital life? From The Pew Research Center, “Shareable quotes from experts about the next 50 years of digital life” Comments?
★ INTROVERT?: Do you consider yourself to be an introvert? From Smart Brief, “7 keys to help introverts thrive in the age of acceleration” Comments?
★ LEGAL TECH: Do you provide legal services? If so, you may be interested in the results of the American Bar Association’s, Legal Technology Resource Center, “Tech Survey 2019” Comments?
★ JOKING?: Just joking? From Forbes, “When Is An Office Prank Considered Harassment” Comments?
★ EMOJI CENSOR?: Peach? Eggplant? Facebook? What’s the connection? From Fast Company (Compass), “Facebook has a new policy on ‘sexual’ emoji (yes, that means the peach)” Comments?
★ 9-1-1 CHANGE: Karl’s Law and how it might have an impact on how you do business. From the Federal Register, “Improving the 911 System by Implementing Kari’s Law and RAY BAUM’S Act” Comments?
★ STAY WELL: Engaged in a job search? Don’t forget the value of wellness., From Inside Higher Ed, “Balancing Wellness and a Job Search” Comments?
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