Three Interview Questions to Never Ask

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Interviews pose tricky maneuvering when it comes to vetting a potential candidate. Federal and state laws prohibit discrimination on the basis of an applicant’s race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age or disability. Most states also prohibit discrimination based on factors such as marital status or sexual orientation. Asking the wrong question could open you… Read more »

OSHA: Quicktakes Newsletter Access

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As OSHA continues to increase awareness of workplace injury and lead the way in regulation changes, it has taken the necessary steps to inform and empower people by way of social media. OSHA Quicktakes is an informative newsletter that subscribers can receive monthly. Here’s what the newsletter has to offer. News and Events at Your… Read more »

Understanding OSHA: Preventing Workplace Falls

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Successful reduction of fall injury and fatality rates requires continued concerted efforts of regulators, industry leaders, labor unions, employers and employees, and safety professionals to enhance the work environment, and improve work safety culture through continuous education in the workforce. OSHA states that in 2013, there were 291 fatal falls, out of a total of… Read more »

Stop Wasting Time in Your Weekly Meeting with these Tips!

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“Different people have different things to say. Each hears things differently. Leadership can inspire in meetings, but they can also inspire by example.” Jeffery Gitomer Why do most employees—even some management, dread the very unpopular “weekly meeting?” Probably for the same reason many struggle with being productive at work—they don’t feel they are getting enough… Read more »

Top Workforce Leaders Ask for (and implement) Feedback

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In today’s workforce, there is no “one size fits all” approach. People are unique beings, cultures are unique to the environment in which they are born, and businesses are unique in how they run. In order to get feedback—you need to ask for it! However, asking for feedback and doing something with it are two… Read more »

The Importance of Being WRC-Certified in the Manufacturing Industry

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There are hundreds of staffing companies that specialize in finding employees for the manufacturing industry. But because safety and risk management are so important in this field, the American Staffing Association and Risk Control Services established Workers’ Compensation Risk Certification (WRC), the industry standard of operational excellence in these areas. To earn the elite WRC… Read more »