A simple formula for professionals: Bad Hires = Bad Business

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  Most professionals understand that recruiting and hiring great employees is a critical aspect of business. So what happens when things awry? A recent study addressed just that. “The cost of a Bad Hire”. You know, those employees that somehow made it on the payroll, and now everyone is wondering why and how? The gist… Read more »

Safety Regulations and Standards within the Manufacturing Industry

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To minimize risk in the industrial machinery industry, four basic risk assessment methods have been implemented over the years. Of course, these methods have changed, merged and been updated to reflect changes in the industry and in the machinery used. All risk assessment methods for industrial machinery serve the same general purposes. They: Identify hazards… Read more »

The Cost of Understaffing in the Manufacturing Industry

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Understaffing might seem like the best solution to cut expenses for the quarter. You may think you’re saving money by paying fewer people, but having too few employees limits your ability to serve current customers and grow your business. Understaffing is bound to have a negative impact in the long run. How?   It Will… Read more »