Observe National Ladder Safety Month With These Tips

Ladder Safety

March is National Ladder Safety Month, an opportunity to review your policies, training, and equipment. Whether you’re a small service business with a couple of step stools around for lightbulb changes or a large contractor that uses complex climbing equipment, you’ll want to read on for the latest on ladders. According to OSHA, falls from […]

The Business Value of Flu Prevention

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The flu is nobody’s friend, as anyone who has fallen prey to this annual menace will tell you. Fever, aches, nausea and general debilitation are bad enough to deal with – but there is an economic and business cost as well as general misery. That cost is considerable. According to the Centers for Disease Control, […]

Helping Staff Cope with Change

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CHANGE. For some, it’s a word associated with challenge and excitement; for others, it inspires revulsion, resentment, or dread. Considering the degree to which the American workplace has changed over the last quarter century, both answers are understandable. Some change has been for the better; some decidedly for the worse. And some could be either, […]