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Tough Talks- Can You Improve Performance and Morale While Confronting Issues?

February 18, 2010 by Kathryn Carlson

If you manage employees at some point you have to have the tough talk. You know what I am talking about- the talk about poor performance, unacceptable behavior or the most dreaded conversation- hygiene issues. While these conversations are never easy they must be had. You owe...

Posted in: HR: Industry Updates Tags: employee morale, HR best practice, HR compliance Read More

Buying spraying equipment? Think respiratory protection

February 16, 2010 by Eric Schmitz

Ran into a vendor at NADA yesterday that sells Spray-on bed liner systems. This particular vendor sells complete systems and all necessary Personal Protective Equipment. This was the first time I have ever seen a vendor sell appropriate supplied air systems as a piece of thei...

Posted in: Environment: Industry Updates, OSHA Tags: personal protective equipment, respiratory protection, spraying Read More

NADA convention and expo 2010 workshops

February 08, 2010

Are you going to NADA this year? Mark these workshops in your calendar: Location : NADA exhibit hall, room W102A (one level down from the expo floor) Saturday, February 13th 10:00 - 10:30am OSHA’s top 10 most cited violations by aut...

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Top Three Myths about Workplace Injuries

February 04, 2010

I just read this great article " Top Three Myths about Workplace Injuries " in EHS Today . A summary of the Myths: Myth #3 – You cannot create a hazard-free workplace – It requires discipline and diligence to recognize and mitigate every hazard. Myth #2 – Being safe ta...

Posted in: Environment: Industry Updates, OSHA, Safety Culture, Safety: Industry Updates Tags: OSHA, workplace injuries Read More

Department of Labor (DOL) investigation and enforcement in 2010

February 03, 2010 by Kathryn Carlson

Investigation and enforcement is the Department of Labor's focus in 2010. Despite an overall reduction of $300 million in discretionary spending, the Department of Labor will ask Congress for an increase in workplace enforcement funding of $67 million, or 4 percent, accordin...

Posted in: DOL, HR: Industry Updates, OSHA Tags: Department of Labor, Enforcement, HR compliance, Investigation, IRS, OSHA Read More

Tip of the Month: Simple Four Step Plan to Reduce Employment Litigation Risks

February 01, 2010 by Kathryn Carlson

Employment litigation and high dollar settlements are on the rise in dealerships. With the past 60 days alone a dealerships Colorado paid over$ 1.5M , an Ohio dealership paid  over $80,000 and a dealership in Georgia will pay $140,000 to settle claims of race, age and gend...

Posted in: Checklists, HR: Industry Updates, Tip of the Month Tags: compliance tip of the month, Department of Labor, HR best practice, litigation Read More