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Top Cited OSHA Violations

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Each year, thousands of safety and health violations are reported to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), but some are much more common than others. Compiled from approximately 32,000 inspections completed by OSHA staff, these breaches can cause serious injuries and even death. Top 10 Cited OSHA Violations of 2016 Fall Protection Hazard Communication… Read more »

When Is The Right Time To Make a Career Move?

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Deciding when to make a career move can be tough because the right time is different for everyone. Chances are, if you’re contemplating a job change, you already know the answer. Of course, things aren’t always cut and dry. You might’ve worked with the same team for years and feel nervous to see what else… Read more »

How to Engage With Millennial Employees?

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They’ve been the largest generation in the U.S. workforce since 2015, but millennials are still a mystery to many of their senior counterparts. Defined by the Pew Research Center as those born between 1981 to 1997, these young professionals work a little differently than their Generation X and baby boomer peers. Since Millennials entered the… Read more »

Tips on How to Add Value to Your Supply Chain

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In its current state, your supply chain is good, but there’s always room for improvement. Constantly working to enhance the customer experience will allow your company to remain relevant and head of the curve. Incorporating value-added services into your supply chain can give you a competitive advantage, so consider making a few strategic changes. 5… Read more »

Why You Should Implement a Safety Program?

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If you don’t think your company needs a safety program, you’re very mistaken. More than 4,836 workers were killed on the job in 2015 — 13 per day — according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Fatal accidents and injuries can happen at any company, but they’re much more likely in the absence of a… Read more »

Best Questions to Ask in Your Next Interview

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A job interview is a two-way street. The interviewer will likely rake you over the coals to gauge your fit for the job, but you need to do the same to decide if the company is the place for you. You’re in the hot seat for most of the interview, but at the end, you’ll… Read more »

How to Ensure Your Employees Are Happy

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Happy employees are the key to a productive and engaged team. People who feel fulfilled by their jobs are passionate about the work itself and the company they represent. If you’re not sure if your team is happy, pay closer attention to their behavior. People who are constantly cranky, frequently absent, and spend most of… Read more »

Should Your Warehouse be Welcoming or Discouraging Wearables?

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Wearable technology is changing the way warehouses operate. New devices are constantly appearing, allowing warehouses to boost productivity, cut costs, and increase accuracy. Tech savvy gadgets like smart glasses are making traditionally time-intensive tasks — e.g., sorting and shipping — a breeze. No doubt, you’ve heard of these innovations and are wondering if you should… Read more »

Preparing for the Heat: Why Every Employee Needs OSHA’s Heat Safety Tool

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The warmest season of the year is in full force, so employees working in the heat need to be extra careful. In the last couple of years, temperatures have risen to record levels in many areas, meaning it’s more important than ever to keep close tabs on outdoor conditions. Thankfully, the Occupational Safety and Health… Read more »

How to Stay Motivated During an Extended and Frustrating Job Search

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When you’re unemployed or seriously unhappy in your current role, every day your job search drags on can feel like an eternity. According to the 2015 Jobvite Recruiter Nation Survey, 41% of companies have an average time-to-hire of 31 to 60 days. If yours passed this mark long ago, your feelings of frustration are totally… Read more »

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