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The Power Struggle Is Real

The Power Struggle Is Real

  First, let’s talk about what I mean by “power.” Some people may see the word and imagine an egomaniac, a dictator who tries to control what others think and do. But I don’t use the term “power” to describe how we treat others; instead, it’s how we compose ourselves. Having power means you are […]


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My Day of Reckoning

My Day of Reckoning

Sometimes, setting yourself up for a better future means learning from the worst periods of your past. For me that was the year 2005. It was the year I turned 32. It was also the year I hit rock bottom. You see, after working so hard, for so long, and sacrificing so much, I had […]


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3 Ways to Find Yourself in 2018

3 Ways to Find Yourself in 2018

New year, new you. Right? So many of us consider the new year to be a time of reinvention. But I’d like to propose something completely different. Rather than using the new year as an opportunity to re-create yourself, what if you made a resolution to find yourself in 2018? For me, it’s the best […]


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The Whistleblower Protection Act of 1989

Whistleblower laws protect individuals who report wrongful conduct from retaliation by the wrongdoer, often an employer.  Other blog articles cover whistleblower laws in general, including The False Claims Act, the predecessor of whistleblower provisions. This article focuses on protections afforded to federal government employees by The Whistleblower Protection Act of 1989, its predecessor, The Civil […]


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Employment Discrimination on the Basis of Pregnancy

Workplace discrimination on the basis of pregnancy involves treating a woman, whether a job applicant or an employee, unfavorably because of pregnancy, childbirth, or a medical condition related to pregnancy or childbirth. Similar to other types of discrimination, pregnancy discrimination may arise in any aspect of employment, including hiring, firing, pay, job assignments, promotions, layoff, […]


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