Monthly Archives: April 2015

Do You Know: What Do Half of the Electricians in Columbus Have in Common, and What it Means to Your Employer?

Our recent CALMC Membership Meeting featured organizations that provide extensive training programs for their employees. While many employers have significantly scaled back or eliminated training, the four organizations we highlighted have recognized the importance of having a trained workforce. Our … Continue reading

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The Question Teams Eventually Ask

We have had the chance to work with some highly productive teams at CALMC. We’ve seen them develop from committees struggling to accomplish anything to become effective teams, able to work together and solve problems. We always know, however, there … Continue reading

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Great Return On Investment – Workplace Training!

In recent weeks, local media outlets have been reporting the great number of jobs unfilled because employers can’t find workers with the necessary skills to do their jobs. This last week CALMC held one of their regular membership meetings. The … Continue reading

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How Does Your Team Make Decisions?

When we begin working with an employee engagement team or labor-management committee, one of the question s we ask is about the method they use for decision making. We need to determine the method they use and how it is … Continue reading

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