What I’m Sharing (weekly) July 12, 2020

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Ways companies can measure workers’ mental health

A Professional Recruiter’s Top 5 Insider Tips for Stress-free Networking and Interviewing

Law Firms Are Seeing Renewed Competition—from Clients
– “Corporate legal teams, under the gun to cut costs and empowered by powerfully simple technology, are increasingly in-housing work that was once sent to outside counsel.”

The pandemic is wrecking the typical 9-to-5 workday. Good riddance.

Be aware of how anxiety affects your job search skills

No Excuse Not to Use a Password Manager

Working Through a Personal Crisis

The Expanding Role and Influence of the Modern Litigation Support or E-Discovery Manager

The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly Side Of AI

Stop Using 123456 as a Password

Tell Congress to Vote Yes on Giving Us All Access to Affordable, High-Speed Internet
– If much of the world moves to #WFH, affordable internet will be the dividing line for who can work, and who cannot.

Gender Pay Gap Wide Atop In-House Counsel Ladder, May Be Closing

Exif Data: What is it?

Linked: Actually, Now Is A Great Time For Networking If You Do It Right

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You know what, I hadn’t thought about this, but it is true. How differently we view a request for a call or quick online chat than we did just a few months ago?

“If you think now is a bad time to network it’s because you think networking is about events. It’s not. It’s about connection and conversation. And so, while now is a terrible time for events, it’s a great time for connection and conversation. All the more so because you can more easily expand your geographic reach. Asking for a Zoom call or even a phone call would have seemed awkward with some folks just a few months ago. Now it’s just how we do things. Which instantly expands the pool of potential connections. “

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