Monthly Archives: October 2013

Could Your Business Use an Extra $50,000?

What could your business do with an extra $50,000? One of our Safety Always clients saved over $50,000 this year on workers’ compensation premiums because of their improved safety record. That $50,000 reflects just the cash savings on the insurance … Continue reading

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Employee Involvement: Don’t Forget Your Supervisors

An article I read this week presented two interesting points about employee involvement: Employee surveys consistently show that the single most important factor in employee engagement is an employee’s relationship with his or her direct manager. In fact, employees don’t leave … Continue reading

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Poll Results: Which Generation of Workers is Easiest to Manage?

A couple of weeks ago on our Facebook page, we mentioned a poll being conducted on the Columbus Business First website. It asked which generation of workers is easiest to manage. The results, which you can see here, show 53% … Continue reading

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What Can Labor-Management Committees and Employee Involvement Teams Do? – Part 4

This week we will conclude the list of topics Labor-Management Committees and Employee Engagement Teams have resolved. The last three posts have mentioned several areas, and we will add more examples of employee involvement opportunities this time. Promotion Policies – … Continue reading

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