Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Importance of Good Meeting Attendance

Today’s blog is about meeting attendance.  Last week we worked with a group that had mediocre meeting attendance, to say the least, and some issues came up just as they were starting to finalize their plans to implement a solution. … Continue reading

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Moving Day

This was a busy week. In addition to working with our regular clients, we spent the week moving our office. Granted, it was a short move. We’re in the same building, just 2 floors down. We had been in the … Continue reading

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Congratulations (Again) to Skinner Diesel

We’ve written before about Skinner Diesel, a truck and trailer repair shop with about 50 employees on the south side of Columbus. A few years ago they asked us to help them with an employee involvement in a safety committee … Continue reading

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Labor Day

As we celebrate this Labor Day, we do so in a time when the labor movement is under unprecedented levels of attack. Unions and their members are vilified by the uninformed and biased as overworked, underpaid, and the cause of … Continue reading

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