Shared Links (weekly) Feb. 7 2021

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For U.S. businesses, less data is more than ever

The Future Of Mental Health And Career Support For Remote Workers

No, Getting Rid Of Anonymity Will Not Fix Social Media; It Will Cause More Problems

I cannot stress this enough, getting rid of anonymity does nothing to stop harassing (look at Facebook?), and only hurts already marginalized people.

eDiscovery Tug of War: A Breakdown of the In-House vs. ALSP Debate, Part Two

Defensible Deletion: The Proof Is in the Planning

Microsoft launches Microsoft 365 for Legal

How to ensure mental wellbeing policies genuinely work for employees

The ethical quandary of being a social media manager in 2021

Strong stuff from Tim Cook

“What are the consequences of seeing thousands of users joining extremist groups and then perpetuating an algorithm that recommends even more?”

New ESI Sanctions Order Offers E-Discovery 101 Course for Lawyers… Read More

Shared Links (weekly) Jan. 31 2021

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Breaking the Taboo – What I Learned from Talking about Mental Health in the Workplace

Why mental health at the workplace should be the priority in 2021 and beyond

The Admissibility of Social Media Evidence of Insurrection

The Easy Way to Backup Gmail

Dozens Of Human Rights Group Tell Congress: Do Not Gut Section 230 On Our Behalf; It’ll Do More Harm Than Good

The curious case of pivot table caches in eDiscovery

What’s Wrong with the Way We Work

Ten Things Law Firms Can Do to Prevent Being Blown Up by Ransomware

Five Great Reads on eDiscovery for January 2021

Why the five-day workweek is outdated for working from home

Building a Network: 4 Ways to Add Value By Helping Others Succeed

How to Support an Employee with a Chronic Health Condition… Read More

What Do People Need to be Successful Working From Home? – It Varies

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Why it’s almost as if we should ask individuals what would help them, and within reason, provide that. After all, even within each age group, parents might prioritize something different than single employees, or those sharing an internet connection and space with a spouse or roommates also working from home might prioritize something else. Some may want to adhere to strict 9-5 hours so that they can spend the rest of their time on childcare or side-businesses, while others may value the ability to take a couple of hours during the day for schoolwork and then pick up work again in the evening.

We would do well to listen to what people need, talk about what we expect, and also understand what we are doing with our own actions.… Read More

Linked: How to switch off and relax after work: 13 easy ideas

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I’ve seen these, and I’m sure you have as well.

“As many a viral tweet has rightly pointed out, it’s more like we’re living at work than working from home – and the pressure of that can have real implications for our mental health.

With this in mind then, prioritising a work/life balance – and actually sticking to it – is one of the best things we can do to look after our wellbeing at this time. And one of the main parts of achieving that work/life balance is being able to switch off from work in the first place. “… Read More

A Completely Non-Scientific View of Mental Health Stigma in the Workplace

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A little over a week ago, I came clean on my other blog, and social media. I admitted that I’m just really not OK.

If you’ve read the post, then you also know that when I mention mental health stigma, I’m not really talking about what happened with my workplace. No, that was exactly what I would want to happen. But, what I noticed was what happened kind of out in public, after the fact.… Read More

Shared Links (weekly) Jan. 17, 2021

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Spirited ESI Search Arguments

What’s in a Name (or Hash Value)?

Ultimate Guide to Mental Health in the Workplace

Social media managers grapple with burnout, leaving the industry

Networking Tips for Business Professionals Working Remotely

Where does the cybersecurity skills gap stem from and what can businesses do to overcome it?

Client Portals Are Now an Essential Service for Law Firms to Offer

The New Battles to Come Over Working From Home

How to Support Your Remote Teams’ Mental Health in 2021 and Beyond

5 Online Learning Platforms to Help Bolster your Resume

New Microsoft Teams Features for 2021… Read More

Linked: How to set clear work boundaries — and stick to them

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I really like the ideas in this article, but obviously this is the one that is going to most resonate with many of us right now:

“Working remotely requires a heightened consciousness to make space for ourselves in and around work. We need to have careful conversations with our coworkers to ensure that our boundaries are understood and respected.”… Read More

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