Shared Links (weekly) Nov 8, 2020

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Desktop Users! One Out of Five of You is Running on An Insecure, Unsupported Operating System

Convenience and Catastrophes of Self-Collection

eDiscovery Productions in Business Productivity Suites: Truly End-to-End?

How to talk about mental health at work during pandemic and election

How to Identify a Phishing Attempt and Thwart It

Use the Brave Browser for Privacy Concerns

Getting on the Same Page…of the Dictionary

After 15 Years, Has the eDiscovery EDRM Model Been Realized

Time to Treat Broadband Like the Essential Service It Is

The secret struggles of introverts in a remote workforce

Dear Leaders, Are You Really Taking Care Of Your Working Parents In The Pandemic?

Many Americans Plan To Move, Now That They Can Work From Anywhere… Read More

Linked: Talking About Mental Health with Your Employees — Without Overstepping

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Or as I would put it, if you don’t even know my wife’s name, or can’t remember that I don’t have kids, maybe start there before you ask about my mental health, cool?

Suddenly asking someone you barely know anything about outside of work about mental health, will be a shock, and quite frankly, will seem threatening more than it seems supportive. As in, “why is my boss asking about this? Does she think I’m not doing my job, am I about to get fired?”

I’m assuming that’s not how you want them to feel, so be thoughtful about how you bring these subjects up. By all means, work up to it, and work up toward helping your reports feel comfortable, but do it in a way that actually works, not in a way that makes them feel less safe.… Read More

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