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A study says you're losing 15 minutes of valuable work time per day!

A resume liar, or a candidate who gives you the hard truth?

It's not as large as you'd think.

Millennials, can you relate to your older co-workers?

Well, that didn't take long.

I'm don't quite agree with the legal analysis, but I agree with the principle.

Don't these columnists read the papers?

And did it with such grace! After all, she is Miss Manners.

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A few weeks ago, I posted about an "Ask Amy" column involving a bullying boss, which I thought had really poor employment law advice. (To her credit, Amy posted not one, but two, corrections not long afterward.)

Last week, Karla Miller of the "Work Advice" column in The Washington Post -- who is a bona fide "HR advice" columnist, and a very ...

I recently complained that Amy Dickson, author of the "Ask Amy" syndicated advice column, had given some poor (or at least premature) employment law advice to a reader. Apparently, a number of her readers expressed similar concerns, and, to her credit, Amy has corrected herself -- twice now.

The first correction appeared this past Monday:

Dear Amy: “Worried Worker” ...

Robin Shea has 30 years' experience in employment litigation, including Title VII and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (including the Amendments Act). 
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