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★ GLASS: What holds women back in the areas of retention and promotion? A long, but worthwhile read, from The Harvard Business Review, “What’s Really Holding Women Back?” Comments?
★ TRADITION: Parents, teachers, and education administrators, the challenges and opportunities faced by schools when making changes to the traditional school schedule. from Unlocking Time, “The Unlocking Time Survey Results February 2020” Comments?
★ LISTEN: Could you help me out with this problem? From NPR (Life Kit), “How To Give Advice: Less Fixing, More Listening” Comments?
★PROTECTED?: A “heads up” for California employers, from JD Supra and JacksonLewis PC, “Is “Cannabis User” The Next Protected Class In California?” Comments?
★ THREAT: How does an employer respond to a threat of suicide made by an employee? From Littler, a thoughtful response, “Dear Littler: What to Do When an Employee Threatens Suicide?” Comments?
★ WORK READY: Getting work ready, from Marketplace, “Apprenticeship programs could help solve labor market woes” Comments?
★ GIG’S UP?: California employers…writing on the wall? From Fisher Phillips, “Judge Forces Instacart To Reclassify Workers As Employees – But Not This Instant” Comments?
★ PODCASTS: Like Podcasts? These 6 podcasts will make you smarter From Fast Company (Compass), ” Comments?
★ 100% REALLY?: How much attention should you pay to the disability provisions of the ADA and California’s FEMA? How about a couple of million dollars? From Inc., “The Cost of Ignoring the Americans With Disabilities Act: $2 Million” Comments?
★ PREPARE: Prevention is worth a pound of cure…from NPR, “A Guide: How To Prepare Your Home For Coronavirus” Comments?
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