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OSHA training: Stay current in the face of updates

Not only are OSHA regulations important to comply with, but also they’re always evolving. It’s up to you to keep up. Keeping employees up on the latest safety procedures as defined by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a … Continue reading

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Reduce workplace conflict, and productivity will follow

Dealing with conflict in a workplace setting is a delicate but necessary element of keeping productivity high. It’s inevitable that colleagues will disagree. However, the damaging effects of these conflicts are avoidable, provided managers know the right way to avert … Continue reading

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The importance of an ergonomic workplace

Office workers are at a greater risk for developing musculoskeletal disorders. The medical costs associated with these conditions can be avoided if office managers work toward creating an ergonomic workplace. According to Prevention, sitting puts 40 percent more pressure on … Continue reading

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How to bridge generational gaps at work

The current workforce is one of the most diverse in history. There are five generations attempting to work together and succeed. While diverse ages in the workplace is good for most businesses, it can cause some frustration between workers. It is important … Continue reading

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Ask Jeff! Job Satisfaction and Training

Two weeks ago we published a post about some of the simple things you can do to enjoy your workday. Most of the tips in the article focused on things individual employees can take on themselves. Today we have Jeff … Continue reading

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