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If you haven’t read or subscribed to our Workplace Matters online magazine on Flipboard yet, it’s definitely worth a look. Regularly updated by lawyers Steve Levitt and Rob Monti, the magazine is filled with information and practical insights on workplace issues for employees and employers from a variety of sources. We really enjoy finding interesting material for our readers, and with 805 readers since its launch, it's been a great success!

Some of our favourite recent examples of articles include:

  1. 3 Ways to Prevent Work from Taking Over Your Employees’ Lives – a quick and to the point article for managers on how to make it easier for employees to find work life balance.
     
  2. Does Incentivizing Employees with Free Food Actually Work – a light and carb free take on one of the oldest and easiest ways to motivate employees, but will that doughnut really do the trick?
     
  3. If You Lose Your Job, Remember This – a really thoughtful and refreshing take on job loss, when you’re faced with hardship, sometimes it’s important to take a step back and reframe.

These are only a small sample of over 800 articles that have already been posted. Stay tuned for more, and in the meantime, we hope you enjoy the magazine!

This content is not intended to provide legal advice or opinion as neither can be given without reference to specific events and situations. © 2021 Nelligan O’Brien Payne LLP.

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