Author Archives: Rachel Custer

Safety training: Dealing with hazardous chemicals and waste

There are a few different OSHA standards that companies dealing with hazardous substances should ensure they follow and comply with. Adequate training is key. Preparing staff members to deal with hazardous chemicals is essential for a host of reasons. Not only are … Continue reading

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HR leaders: Follow EEOC Anti-Harassment Guidance

What’s the state of harassment in the workplace today – and what types of training practices are best at improving conditions for employees? Getting in line with Equal Employment Opportunity Commission standards and preventing workplace harassment are important duties for … Continue reading

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Data security: Non-optional in today’s corporate world

The uncertainty of the cyber threat environment can push companies to the limit – but that’s no excuse for lax protection. Protecting data is one of the most important practices companies engage in today, which is pretty remarkable for a discipline … Continue reading

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Promote a culture of safety in the workplace

Implementing safety programs, whether mandated or aspiration-based, can be a difference-maker for organizations today. Employees at all levels must be on board with these changes. Some workplaces are naturally more dangerous than others – all have their risks. Since there … Continue reading

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New employee orientation: A critical part of management

Learning to bring new workers into your organization can have long-term benefits for all parties involved. When it comes to bringing new employees onto a team, an abrupt or under-managed approach may end up leaving recent hires with plenty of … Continue reading

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