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Each week Blogging4Jobs brings you the Top Workplace Blogs of the Week. These blogs come from all across the internet and highlight important topics being discussed in the space. We serve as your weekly recap of top blogs that we’ve read throughout the week. If we’ve missed any, let us know.
TOP 5 BLOGS OF THE WEEK
Court Holds that Anxiety from Possibly Getting Fired is an ADA Disability: Get those lawyers warmed up, a whole new group of employer lawsuits are about to hit. Read and find out how this South Dakota teacher won a case against her district over their failure to accommodate her anxiety caused by her employment. Read More.
Do Helicopter Parents Make it Difficult for Generation Z to Soar at Work?: Tech-savvy generation Z-ers are coming up short in the work place, lack major life skills due to over-parenting. Find out how you can avoid receiving “notes from mom.” Read More.
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A Better Work-Life Balance Attracts Top Performing Parents & Millennials: “Work to live” is rapidly replacing the “live to work” mantra, especially with the millennial generation. Accommodating work-life balance in creative ways may be the key to success. Read More.
Gamification is not Just About Points and Badges: We’ve all been hearing a lot about gamification lately, about creating fun incentivized game to help employees feel better engaged and achieve goals. But be sure to pass go and not fall into this gameification jail. Read More.
Is Christmas a Good or Bad Time to Hire?: The holiday season is already beginning to show it’s festive face, but should new faces be added to the workplace too? Read the pros and cons of hiring during the holiday season and decide for yourself if holiday hires are gifts to the organization. Read More.
TOP BLOGGING4JOBS BLOG OF THE WEEK
Corporate Culture and the Hiring Process: The creativity is bondless with some of the applicant screening processes these companies have instated. How far are you willing to go to ensure a best fit for your corporate culture? Read More.