On May 9, 2007, I published, The Song Remains the Same — Has Burlington Northern Really Changed the Landscape of Retaliation Claims? Not my finest work, but everyone’s gotta start somewhere.
In the dozen years since, I’ve published 3,135(!) posts, which you have read millions of times. It’s truly astounding to me, and I thank all of you who have read, clicked, shared, commented, and connected with me over the years. The absolute best part of this endeavor is the relationships I’ve built and friendships I’ve made.
In honor of today’s blogiversary, and understanding that many of you haven’t been on this ride from the beginning, I thought I’d share a favorite post from each of the Blog’s 12 years. After all, 3,000+ posts is a lot to read through if you’re late to the game.
Year 1: Lessons from Children’s Lit
Year 2: 6 tips to avoid an employment lawsuit
Year 3: What to look for in an employment lawyer
Year 5: If employees had common sense, I’d be out of a job
Year 7: How flexible are our modern workplaces?
Year 8: A rock-and-roll employment lesson, via the Old 97’s
Year 11: “Measure twice, cut once,” and, for the love of God, don’t email porn to everyone on your company’s contact list
Here’s to a dozen more years of blogging fun!
* Photo by Thor Alvis on Unsplash