For many employers, performance evaluations have become obsolete and for others they still exist, but only as a small part of a much grander process. Unfortunately, the annual performance evaluation by itself seldom provides any benefit, is often dreaded by managers and employees alike, and can be incredibly time consuming.
You take steps to protect your business from perils such as fire and theft. But how do you start to understand a risk that you cannot see and perhaps have never experienced?
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Our update for December highlights malware, data breaches, a bomb scare, and more.
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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has made its list (and checked it twice) of the 10 most frequently cited violations of 2018. While the list does not change much from year to year, there are still lessons that can be learned from other employers’ mistakes. We present to this list to help you identify common pain points and keep your workplace on the nice list. Following a broad discussion of the top 10 violations, we’ll take a deep-dive look into each issue every month throughout 2019.
Why do we fail to set safety goals? There is likely a long list with time and resources being at the top. Or maybe goals were set in the past and they were never met. Even with a mountain of data, goal setting is hard work. The right goals balance objectives, strategy and performance. When it comes to setting safety goals, we have identified five things you should consider to establish goals that motivate and spark renewed efforts toward safety.
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