Welcome to another edition of Links We Love, the Communitech Grow Factor blog where we keep you updated with the latest news and trends your midsize to large business should know. Although it’s a short work week due to Easter long-weekend, there’s still some key points to mention including a glossary for workplace survival, how brevity might you’re your career and some insight into what some new Federal laws will mean for your company.

This week we love:

A proposed Federal privacy law could allow companies to disclose user information in secret. The more you know, the better protection you and your company have. Via TechVibes.

As well, Canada’s new anti-spam legislation begins June 1. Here are three things employers should do to prepare your company for the inevitable landslide of newsletter opt-outs.

We’re taking a cue from this shorter week to consider how brevity might save our careers, as outlined in this Forbes article.

According to this Inc.com article, Gen Y will make up 75% of the global workforce in just ten years. Here’s 3 ways to attract and retain great millennial talent.

Time to brush up on your business alphabet. Stanley Bing, Fortune Magazine columnist and author of best-selling books on business strategy, creates a humorous but true glossary for modern workplace survival with “The New ABC’s of Business.”  Via The Wall Street Journal.