It’s that time of year when the changing temperatures cause people to get sick. However, instead of staying home to rest and get well, many people continue to go to work, spreading their cold and flu germs throughout the office. The Massachusetts Earned Sick Time Law went into effect on July 1, 2015, but many people are still unsure as to how it works and/or if it applies to them. Here’s a quick refresher
I’ve been listening to several of my colleague's podcast recommendations and found a few discussions about the limits of digital privacy protections that are worth sharing. If you’ve got some down time during the holidays, give them a listen:
It is very easy in today's world to become disconnected from your heart. As we discussed in our chat Stressed Out Millennials...Some Words of Wisdom from a Gen Xer most young people these days are just trying to keep their heads above the water with all our daily stressors. This coupled with the fact that we are all generally being pulled in the direction of overusing our brain and glorifying busyness, has us completely lost in many ways.
Over the past few weeks, there has been a heightened interest in the First Amendment’s freedom of speech as it relates to what employers can and cannot keep you from saying or doing, especially when it comes to using social media to express your political opinions. Regardless what those views may be, it’s worth understanding your rights and any limits on your freedom of speech.
Got Stress Millennials????
I am hearing screams of a Hell's Yeah coming from the masses!
These days I am surrounded by young people and most of them are stressed to the MAX. Whether they are clients or people I meet networking who are college students, just getting out of college and into the work force or entering their 30s, I see the same thing I see both in myself and those that are older (AHEM young at heart.)