Shared Links (weekly) April 4, 2021

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Why Judges, Lawyers And Court Employees Need More Mental Health Support

Nine Signs A Remote Employee Is Struggling With Stress Or Anxiety

Is Microsoft 365 Actually a Security Risk?

Cooperation and Collaboration in E-Discovery is Still the TARget

Insights from the e-Discovery Community on a Year of Remote Work

Anti-Asian Racism Is A Mental Health Crisis And It’s Finally Time For Workplaces To Change It

Cybersecurity Training: An Imperative for Your Law Firm

The Guilt of Not Working More, When We’re Done for the Day

Navigating Social Media Retention and Collection During E-Discovery

From AI to Zoom: How the Covid-19 pandemic permanently changed remote work

Life Lessons from E-Discovery

eDiscovery for Second Requests… Read More

Shared Links (weekly) March 28, 2021

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For Newbies, Here Are Some eDiscovery Resources You Need to Know

Law Firms Reduce Office Space: Three Reasons It’s Important

Slack Says Letting Anyone Message Anyone With Few Limits Was ‘a Mistake’

Tech workers says their salaries have increased. But so have their mental health concerns

Short Messages 101: Handling Chat Data During e-Discovery

Don’t BE a Tool, GET a Tool!

What Social Media Doesn’t Teach You About Effective Communication

Podcast – Managing the Future of Work

Work Won’t Love You Back: How Devotion to Our Jobs Keeps Us Exploited, Exhausted, and Alone

Five Great Reads on eDiscovery for March 2021… Read More

Linked: 4 Ways to Uplift Men in Employee Mental Health Programs

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There are 4 suggestions in the article below, and I encourage you to check them out and apply them in your workplace, toward everyone, but there’s something just so stereotypical that you can see a direct correlation between employee assistance programs and the number of women who work there. That tells me that we still, in 2021, expect men to just suck it up and not need help.

That attitude is damaging, and in some cases killing, men as we speak. The same ones we work with everyday. Don’t we owe them more?… Read More

Linked: The UK’s Mental Health Issues in the Workplace – 5 statistics

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The other statistics in this article point out what kind of impact those two facts above have on the bottom line, but I’m going to take issue with the importance they are given in this article. Don’t just make changes in your workplace culture because it’s better for the bottom line, do it because it’s the right thing to do for the human beings who work for you. They aren’t lines on a spreadsheet, they are people, with lives outside of work, who you have an opportunity to support. The fact that supporting them might also help your bottom line is nice, but irrelevant to the larger issue.… Read More

Shared Links (weekly) March, 21, 2021

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Will work from home outlast virus? Ford’s move suggests it might

– If you’ve been doing it for a year, there’s no reason you can’t continue to.

No Simple Way Forward: Inside E-Discovery’s Collaboration Data Problem

Tech competency needs to be taught in law school, associate dean says

Can We Stop Pretending SMS Is Secure Now?

9 Traits That Promote Stress & Undercut Mental Strength At Work

Mental Health Day for Stress Relief: How to Tell the Boss You Need a Day Off

E-Discovery in 2021 is a Brave New World

Court Gives Plaintiffs No “Slack” in Producing Collaboration App Data

When Your Employee Discloses a Mental Health Condition… Read More

Shared Links (weekly) March 14, 2021

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Top 10 Situations You Can Avoid with a Protocol

The Key Takeaway From Steven Guilbeault’s Facebook Use: Linking Should Not Require a Licence

Bliss is Using Technology Assisted Review without Court Permission

Why Legal Teams Must Make Data Retention a Priority

You’re Not Alone If You’re Only Staying In Your Job Because Of The Pandemic

– Interesting thought exercise for employers – how many of your team is only staying “for now”?

How men are finding mental health support with digital tools

The FBI Should Stop Attacking Encryption and Tell Congress About All the Encrypted Phones It’s Already Hacking Into

Report: Quality, not quantity, is the hallmark of the latest waves of phishing attacks

– They are getting better at this.

Work Depression: What It Is and How to Deal with It

Managers aren’t doing enough to support anxious employees—how to start… Read More

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