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What you need to Know about Summer Help

May 27, 2014 by Kathryn Carlson

You need an extra set of hands for the summer, but you don’t want to hire just anyone. An option many turn to is hiring a teen just for summer help, someone who is willing to work for just a few months, perhaps a coworker’s child looking for income during their school brea...

Posted in: Human Resources Management Tags: FLSA., Summer, Temporary, Underage, Worker Read More

Summer Dealership Preparedness: Your Dress Code

May 20, 2014 by Kathryn Carlson

With summer quickly nearing, the temperature is creeping up. If your employees haven’t already changed into their summer wardrobe, they will be soon. Inappropriate apparel can be dangerous and can also create a distraction amongst coworkers. It’s best to review and redistr...

Posted in: Human Resources Management Tags: Appropriate, Attire, Code, Dealership, Dress, Policy, Summer, Warm, Weather Read More

Automated External Defibrillators

May 19, 2014 by Rebecca Ward

What is an AED? An Automated External Defibrillator, or AED, is a computerized device that can analyze a persons’ heart rhythm to deliver a lifesaving shock. AEDs are used in life-threatening cases of cardiac arrhythmias, which lead to cardiac arrest. Although AED’s are ea...

Posted in: Environmental Health and Safety Tags: AED, Automated, Defibrillator, External, How, it, knowledge, safety, works Read More

DigiGo Tip of the Month May 2014: Your Post Length

May 19, 2014 by Rebecca Ward

The next time you post, try to keep your lines to a minimum. Social experts agree that the following lengths are the best: Twitter: The limit is 140, but studies show that the ideal length of a tweet is 100 characters. Buddy media research shows that tweets shorter than 1...

Posted in: Tip of the Month Tags: Facebook, Length, Media, Month, of, Post, Social, the, Tip, Twitter Read More

Navigating the Maze of Hiring an Intern

May 13, 2014 by Global Administrator

Hiring an intern sounds easy, but there are a few tricky pitfalls that can snag you up and even cause trouble with the Department of Labor. Is the intern performing work that you would normally pay someone to do? Is this intern categorized as an “employee” or “trainee” as ...

Posted in: Human Resources Management Tags: FLSA, Internship, Paid, Standards, Unpaid Read More

May 2014 Tip of the month: Over the counter drugs in your first aid kit

May 12, 2014 by Rebecca Ward

If your company chooses to include Over the Counter (OTC) ingestibles in your first aid kit, make sure you are compliant with the following: OTC ingestibles must be provided in sealed, single doses. Employees should be made aware that the OTC ingestibles are available volu...

Posted in: Tip of the Month Tags: aid, Counter, drugs, First, knowledge, Month, of, OTC, Over, safety, the, Tip Read More

What’s required in your First Aid Kit?

May 12, 2014 by Global Administrator

OSHA stipulates that you must have a first aid kit on-site at your dealership, but what do you need in it? Federal OSHA Standard 1910.151(b) states that "Adequate first aid supplies shall be readily available." In essence, this rule means that you must be prepared to treat...

Posted in: Environmental Health and Safety Tags: 1910.151, Aid, Federal, First, Kit, Maintenance, Materials, OSHA, Requirements, Standard Read More

Think Interns are Free? Think Again.

May 06, 2014 by Kathryn Carlson

As the summer creeps closer and the workload gets heavier, many employers begin to think of hiring interns. However, it is important to keep in mind that there is no such thing as a free intern. In years past the New York Times has reminded employers that if interns are ...

Posted in: Human Resources Management Tags: FLSA, Interns, Interships, Paid, Standards Read More

Why IIPP is Important to You

May 05, 2014 by Global Administrator

You never know when a life altering event or fatality is going to strike. Unfortunately they do happen in the workplace and most often occur from unknown or unpredictable circumstances. The incidents frequently result from: Distracted driving mishaps Falls Harsh...

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