Employment Law Consultant (04-09-2020)

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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Hello,

Good Thursday morning.

FACT CHECK: Covid-19 why it is important to fact-check the information before sharing it, from MediaWise, ” Stop the Spread of Coronavirus Misinformation” Comments?

WHAT’S NEXT?: Covid-19 what next? See a report outlining a series of steps that can be taken nationally and regionally as the US COVID-19 epidemic is brought under control. From the American Enterprise Institute, “National coronavirus response: A road map to reopening” Comments?

SKEPTIC: Have you been accused of over reacting to the Covid-19 pandemic? Have you encountered a person who denies the danger or even the existence of the virus? If so, this article from the New Yorker may be of help, “How to Talk to Coronavirus Skeptics” Comments?

MORTGAGE: Covid-19 causing you top worth about your mortgage payments? From Best Best & Krieger, “Mortgage Payment Relief During COVID-19 Crisis” Comments?

ECONOMY: A view of the impact of Covid-19 on the US economy. From Vox, “9 charts showing what coronavirus is doing to the economy” Comments?

REVIVED?: Covid-19 trending: From Axios, “The new labor movement” Comments?

CROSSROAD: A relevant opinion article by David Ignatius in the Washington Post, “The U.S. needs to know what went wrong” Comments?

BREATHE: You might be interested in learning, with the help of this article from the BBC (Future), why ventilators are not easy to build, “Covid-19: The race to build coronavirus ventilators”
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QUESTIONS:  What about the economy? From Vox, “11 questions about the coronavirus economic crisis you were too embarrassed to ask” Comments?

CALIFORNIA WORKER:California employee, from the California Employment Lawyers Association (CELA), “UPDATE III: A Roundup of California Worker Rights in the Time of COVID-19 ” Comments?

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