Monthly Archives: August 2018

Abuse survivors can draw inspiration from John McCain’s life story

Originally posted on Minding the Workplace:
Here in America, the death of U.S. Senator John McCain is dominating the news, and rightly so. He has been a major political figure for several decades, marked by a penchant for outspokenness and…

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On being restlessly patient in advancing positive law and policy reforms

Originally posted on Minding the Workplace:
A piece in the current issue of the Economist, the venerable British news magazine, resurrects the tax policy positions of Henry George, an author and political economist who built a worldwide following during the last half of the 19th…

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An advocate sees a pattern of abusive bosses

Originally posted on Massachusetts Healthy Workplace Bill:
Photo by mentatdgt on Pexels.com Sara worked in the fashion industry for nine years. She just quit her job and started working for herself. “I feel a lot happier,” said Sara. Here’s her…

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