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Perspectives on Evidence

Florida Workers' Comp

One of the great challenges of teaching students who wish to become lawyers is their view of facts. There is a tendency to see facts as absolutisms. I struggle at times to get them to accept, or at least consider, that there might be two perspectives on any given set of facts. I stress that one of the great advantages of being a lawyer is the comfort of dissecting any set of facts in retrospect. There are lawyers that make careers in the counselor or advisor role.

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Employee Engagement: Definition, Importance, Benefits, Best Practices

Darwinbox

What is employee engagement in HR ? How can you ensure high levels of employee engagement and drive better organizational outcomes? This article defines the concept of employee engagement in the workplace and explains why it is important.

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7 Signs of a Good Manager

HR Digest

A good manager is a great asset to both an organization and its employees. Not only are they able to manage their team well, but they also possess some strong leadership skills that can have a positive effect on those around them.

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7 Real Tips For Avoiding Burnout in Remote Teams

Hppy

Many of us are still working from home, working in a hybrid work structure. While working remotely has some major perks, it also poses unique challenges that could exacerbate stress and burnout. .

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The Informed Rewards Leader: Driving Adoption and Evaluating Your Benefits Structure

Speaker: Gretchen Jorbin - Director of Total Rewards at Human Interest

Join total rewards expert Gretchen Jorbin for an insightful discussion on how to help your organization and its employees make the best benefits decisions.

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“Gaslighting” is the Merriam-Webster 2022 “word of the year”

Minding the Workplace

. Back in October, I shared a short viewer’s guide to the 1944 film Gaslight ( link here ), noting that it inspired the pop psych term gaslighting , which is “now used to characterize psychologically manipulative and controlling behaviors in interpersonal relationships, the political realm, and — of course — our workplaces.”

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