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Topic of the Week

Fashion Statement: Fashion Do's and Don'ts at Work

All it takes is one hot day to throw your comfortable routine into a tizzy. I've got four strategies to help you sort it all out.

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Blog of the Week

Labor Department wants to reward financial advisors at the expense of consumers

The Labor Department would like to delay a rule that would require financial advisors to act in the best interest of their customers and their retirement accounts.

Thought for the Week

"For I can raise no money by vile means."

–William Shakespeare

List of the Week

from Careerbuilder.com

Lax With Laptops: Computer Insecurity

  • 9% of workers have downloaded a virus on their computer at work.
  • 18% of workers have opened an attachment or clicked on a link from a sender they didn't know.
  • 18% have looked at a website that they knew wasn't secure while at work. 

Top Five News Headlines

  1. The Persistent Problem of Gender Inequality
  2. Wells Fargo Scandal Helps Consumer Advocates in CFPB Rule Fight
  3. Why the First Amendment won’t protect Charlottesville white supremacists from being fired
  4. No, a Fair Wage Is Not a ‘Free Lunch’
  5. Silicon Valley’s gender inequality is even worse than Wall Street’s