Employment Law Consultant (03-17-2020)

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.

Hello,

Good Tuesday morning.

ROSIE: A noted passing, from CBS, “The real “Rosie the Riveter” dies at age 95″ Comments?

BIAS: Sad but tragically true, from the United Nations Development Porgramme (UNDP), “Almost 90% of Men/Women Globally Are Biased Against Women” Comments?

A DIFFERENT VIRUS: From Fast Company (Compass) an article on the efforts made but our neighbors to the north, “How to stop the spread of racism during the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak” Comments?

PREVENT ASSAULT: College and University students, faculty, and staff. It’s On Us, a national organization combatting campus sexual assault  by activating the largest grassroots student network of its kind, and Tinde.For more, from Tinder, see the press release, “National Training Tour Features Peer-to-Peer Workshops on Sexual Assault Prevention and New Curriculum Highlighting Online Dating Safety” Comments?

GIG SUFFERS: he Coronavirus vs. The Gig Economy; no escape. From the Washington Post, “Gig economy workers will keep working through the coronavirus. They have no choice.” Comments?

FEMALE POLITICIANS: A perspective, from The Pew Research Center, on “Fast facts on the challenges Americans see for female political candidates as Warren exits 2020 race” Comments?

PANIC SHOPPERS: Panic buying. Shortages of alcohol, toilet paper, food items upon news of the coronavirus. From the BBC (Worklife), “Coronavirus: The psychology of panic buying” Comments?

★ PREDICT?: Was the spread of the coronavirus predictable? From Politico, “We Predicted a Coronavirus Pandemic. Here’s What Policymakers Could Have Seen Coming.” Comments?

★ WINDMILLS: The search for happiness. The value of goals in the quest. From the BBC (Future), “Why ambition won’t make you happy” Comments?

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Fred

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