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★ REMEMBER: International Holocaust Remembrance Day was on Jan. 27, 2020. Lest we forget, from the Pew Research Center, ” What Americans Know About the Holocaust” Comments?
★ LABOR AND SOCIETY: A different perspective on emerging trends in the employment and social outlook. From , the International Labour Organization (ILO), “World Employment and Social Outlook-Trends 2020 (Executive Summary)” Comments?
★ WOMEN & POLITICS:A timely report from the Barbara Lee Family Foundation, “Stepping Up and Standing Out: Women’s Political Participation in 2020” Comments?
★ FMLA: FMLA administration: From Jeff Nowak of Littler Mendelson P.C., “Here are Ten Problems with Your FMLA Policy and Suggestions on How You Fix Them” Comments?
★ DIVERSITY 2040: Planning for the diverse workforce of the near future. From Fast Company (Compass) . “How the end of the white majority could change office dynamics in 2040” Comments?
★ DOMESTIC ABUSER: Domestic abuse and violence, from The Atlantic, “Can You Cure a Domestic Abuser” Comments?
★ VIRUS: A guide to coronavirus from the BBC (World), “China coronavirus: A visual guide” Comments?
★ ADA 30: An important birthday on the horizon. From the Job Accommodation Network (JAN), “IT’S 2020 AND THE ADA IS TURNING 30!” Comments?
★ MEDIA SOURCE: Where do you get the news of the day? From the Pew Research Center, “U.S. Media Polarization and the 2020 Election: A Nation Divided” Comments?
★ TENTS: If the tents described in this article are effective in global emergencies why can’t we use them in theUnited States the effort to address homelessness? From Fast Company (Compass), “How UNICEF redesigned its tents to be ready for a changing world” Comments?
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