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Dollar Tree’s Recent Fines Are Definitely Not a Good Deal

on July 17, 2019
Dollar Tree may offer a good deal, but the company has faced a number of regulatory actions recently—and the penalties haven’t been cheap. In May,...
Toby GrahamDollar Tree’s Recent Fines Are Definitely Not a Good Deal

Stat of the Week: A Nation of Quitters

on July 16, 2019
“Winners never quit and quitters never win.” I don’t know about you, but I had that was drilled into my head by multiple parents, teachers,...
Toby GrahamStat of the Week: A Nation of Quitters

Creating Safety Cultures: How These Companies Did It

on July 15, 2019
Workplace safety sounds like a no-brainer for everyone involved. No worker wants to work in an unsafe environment. No public official wants to spend agency...
Toby GrahamCreating Safety Cultures: How These Companies Did It

Making Safety a Habit

on July 10, 2019
“At one point, we all consciously decided how much to eat and what to focus on when we got to the office, how often to...
Toby GrahamMaking Safety a Habit

Navigating A Delicate Issue: Hygiene

on July 8, 2019
Q: I have one employee with a persistent hygiene issue. How can I broach this delicate topic with the employee? A: Usually, there is basic...
Emily HartmanNavigating A Delicate Issue: Hygiene

July 2019 HR Updates

on July 1, 2019
Every month we cover timely federal and state legislative and regulatory employment updates. Check out what you need to know and gain compliance tips to...
Emily HartmanJuly 2019 HR Updates

Respiratory Protection & Medical Evaluations

on July 1, 2019
Keeping your employees safe over the long-term is challenging in a shop environment like a collision center.  Employees can be exposed to Volatile Organic Carbons,...
Eric SchmitzRespiratory Protection & Medical Evaluations

What to Do in the First 30 Minutes of a Worker Injury

on June 26, 2019
Time has a way of slowing down during an accident or emergency. For environmental safety and health professionals, that phenomenon is important. Once a safety...
Toby GrahamWhat to Do in the First 30 Minutes of a Worker Injury

Regulations Across Your Dealership: The F&I Department

on June 25, 2019
Salespeople get a lot of the glory, but much of the real credit (pun intended) should go to finance and insurance. A customer’s trust in...
Toby GrahamRegulations Across Your Dealership: The F&I Department

Is the Workplace Really Getting Safer?

on June 24, 2019
The year was 1970. Worker health and safety were in crisis. Job-related accident rates had been escalating in the years following the end of World...
Toby GrahamIs the Workplace Really Getting Safer?

Dress Codes: Finding the Right Fit

on June 21, 2019
During the last decade, dress codes have slowly evolved from casual Fridays to everyday casual attire. Virgin Atlantic, Target, and Goldman Sachs are among several...
Emily HartmanDress Codes: Finding the Right Fit

To Earn Buy-in from CEOs, HR People Need to Talk Numbers

on June 18, 2019
Which of the following software solutions would you rather purchase for your workforce: one with cloud-based, customizable learning courses; one that improved your employees’ ability...
Toby GrahamTo Earn Buy-in from CEOs, HR People Need to Talk Numbers

Calculating Your Safety ROI

on June 17, 2019
It’s your workforce versus your bottom line: Which should your company focus on protecting to ensure longevity and financial success? Trick question. Although countless business...
Toby GrahamCalculating Your Safety ROI

California June 2019 HR Regulatory Updates

on June 14, 2019
This blog post covers timely state legislative employment updates. Check out what you need to know and gain compliance tips to help you stay on...
Emily HartmanCalifornia June 2019 HR Regulatory Updates

KPA HR Newsletter — June 6, 2019

on June 14, 2019
2019 Mid-Year Minimum Wage Increases — Read More Several states, cities, and counties will increase minimum wage starting July 1, 2019. Check which amounts, effective dates,...
Emily HartmanKPA HR Newsletter — June 6, 2019