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Business owners should not approach workers’ compensation solely as a mandatory requirement or a compliance issue that they should adopt and be done with. As a legal insurance requirement to reduce the overall liability of an enterprise, workers’ compensation should be handled according to best practices that start at the moment of injury or sickness…(Read More)

It is a well-known fact that happy employees are more productive than unhappy employees. A satisfied employee is also one that is more loyal to the employer. By working together, both can reach this status and reap its benefits. OBSERVE AND ORGANIZE A cluttered desk results in a cluttered mind. One way to declutter…(Read More)

When you’re looking at ways to retain the best talent in your organization, some of the big-picture strategies can be costly and difficult to implement. The good news is that small gestures can make a big difference. Employee retention doesn’t have to be expensive or time-intensive. You can keep things simple…(Read More)

You run a successful or moderately successful business, but you’re concerned about the atmosphere around the office. Perhaps your employees seem disgruntled or not as productive, or prospective employees are turning down job offers. There could be other reasons for this, but a dismal place to work at could easily be one of them…(Read More)

Keeping your workplace as safe as possible is a goal every manager needs to strive for, and very often certain safety products will make your workplace safer. What safety products and equipment your business needs will largely depend on your industry—heavy industrial work have very different safety concerns than office workers do. Here are…(Read More)

Responsible employers invest company time and resources into making sure that their workplaces are as safe as possible. This requires an investment in equipment that is designed to make the workplace safer and also requires that time be spent training employees on the safest work practices. You may be concerned about meeting the regulatory requirements…(Read More)

When summer approaches and office air conditioners start to flip on, women across the country begin to prepare. They layer on sweaters, scarves, and gloves to combat their chilling office conditions, even as temperatures outside continue to rise. As it turns out, women are by no means imagining this imbalance; it’s actually the result…(Read More)

In 2015, approximately 2.9 million nonfatal injuries were treated by medical professionals across the United States. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 52% of those injuries occurred on the job. Employees injured in the workplace are eligible for compensation and benefits from the employer’s workers’ compensation insurance, as well as the…(Read More)