Monthly Archives: May 2012

A Working Labor-Management Committee Part 2

This last week we continued our work with the labor-management committee from our blog on May 14th. The previous week, we worked on some basic problem solving skills with some specific techniques to help labor and management come together.  We … Continue reading

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How Does Safety Affect the Bottom Line in Your Workplace?

This week, I read a new publication about health and safety in the workplace. It is an OSHA pamphlet, Safety and Health Add Value, and it was great to see how their ideas line up well with ours. We both … Continue reading

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A Working Labor-Management Committee

Tomorrow we are working with a statewide labor-management committee that is working on their role as a statewide group in relation to local committees and communication between them and the local committees around the state.  They all belong to one … Continue reading

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More About Job Creation Efforts in Ohio

At our membership meeting last week, Daryl Revoldt, the Legislative and Community Outreach Director at Jobs Ohio and Karen Conrad from the Ohio Department of Development spoke about job creation efforts in the State of Ohio. Daryl noted there is … Continue reading

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