The Importance of Being Proactive in Identifying Safety Hazards

Workplace injuries and illnesses have a huge impact on a company’s bottom line. According to The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), employers nationwide pay almost $1 billion each week to cover workers’ compensation costs. In order to prevent workplace accidents and minimize these expenses for your employer, you need to be proactively identifying the… Read More »

Five Benefits of Hiring and Developing Millennial Talent

It can be hard for recent college graduates to find jobs, and employers often prefer to hire candidates with more experience than recent graduates can offer. If managers take the time to train and develop them; however, they can be especially valuable long-term assets. Here are five benefits to hiring and developing Millennial talent. 1.… Read More »

Seven Ways to Learn New Skills While You Work

You have heard that professional development is important, but that can be expensive and time-consuming; great in theory, but tough to achieve in reality. Fortunately, there are many informal ways to pick up new skills and knowledge while you are employed full time and set yourself up for career advancement. Take the time to read… Read More »

When Was the Last Time Your Business Completed a Safety Audit?

It is important to have your business complete a safety audit and identify health, safety and fire hazards. Different from efficiency or productivity checks, safety audits should be conducted by teams of three to five people that fairly and evenly represent the company. Without safety audits, you risk lawsuits and other dangers, so it is… Read More »

Build Your Personal Story: What Does Your Resume Say About You?

Your resume should tell your story. It’s more than just a list of your skills and accomplishments. Your resume needs to tell a compelling story that illustrates who you are, where you’re going and what you can contribute to the company that hires you. You need to prove that you’re the most qualified and talented… Read More »