Author Archives: Rachel L.

Organizational change management: Everyone has a role

Change is a constant factor in corporate life today, and some companies will face it more gracefully than others. Businesses that don’t grow and change are at risk of falling behind their competitors, as technology and consumer priorities shift around … Continue reading

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Counteract Cell Phone Distraction to Keep Employees Safe

Cell phones are everywhere – but using them at work can be dangerous. Your employees may be putting themselves in danger by performing some of the most common actions imaginable. As cell phones became ubiquitous, they encroached on the workplace, … Continue reading

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Re-commit to a culture of workplace safety in 2018

Instilling a culture of safety is a near-universal corporate goal, and the New Year is a great time to put such a plan in action. The end of one year and beginning of the next is a perfect time to … Continue reading

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Building cross-generational teamwork via video training

Getting teams on the same page is essential but potentially challenging when employees come from different age groups. Teamwork may seem like a vague or nebulous term. Companies that hire reliable employees with compatible skills may assume they’ll naturally be … Continue reading

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Training employees to handle hazardous waste safely

Properly handling and disposing of hazardous waste is essential, for the safety of employees and the environment alike. Hazardous waste can be an inescapable part of some industries. Whether companies produce these potentially dangerous chemicals in large or small amounts, … Continue reading

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