Employment Law Consultant (11-07-19)

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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Hello,

Good Thursday morning

WORKPLACE CULTURE: Look to your workplace culture in the effort to foster diversity and inclusion,From Forbes, “It’s Not The Women, It’s The Workplace” Comments?

TOO MUCH?: Working too hard? From Fast Company (Compass), “How I learned to curb my tendency to work too much” Comments?

RESUME: Writing your resume? Some good tips from Business 2 Community, “6 Ways You’re Potentially Botching Your Resume” Comments?

EMERGENCY:  California’s wildfires. What should an employer do? From JDSupra & Seyfarth, ” When Disaster Strikes: How Employers Should Respond to Wildfires” Comments?

  WELCOME: Some suggestions from Forbes on, “How To Make Workplaces More Welcoming For Employees With Disabilities” Comments?

OFFICE ROMANCE?: Office romance in the news, from Inc. “McDonald’s Just Fired Their CEO for Consensual Sex: This was the right move and a great example” Comments?

MENTAL HEALTH: Mental health in the workplace a crisis?  See, from the American Heart Association, “Mental Health – A Workforce Crisis” Comments?

MINDFUL: Mindfulness in the workplace? From Mindful, “Five Common Work Challenges Mindfulness Can Improve” Comments?

THINKING TOO HARD?: Do you feel that you may overplay or overthink a problem? If so, Fast Company (Compass) has a few useful  suggestions in the article, “Stuck in a thought loop? Here’s how to stop obsessing and act on your decisions” Comments?

SACRED COW?: Confused by the reports on the value of red meat in your diet? You are not alone, from Psychology Toda, “A Sacred Cow? Controversial Recommendations About Red Meat” Comments?

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