Monthly Archives: March 2016

Solving Workplace Safety Problems

Recently, it  was reported a business owner was requiring his employees to have guns.  His reason was that his offices were in not very nice neighborhoods and most of his employees in the offices were women.  When he announced the … Continue reading

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Avoid the Temptation of the Quick and Easy Answer

When teams are trying to solve a problem there is often a natural level of impatience. There is a desire to find an answer and let everyone know what they have done, usually as quickly as possible. In doing so, … Continue reading

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Union Interest Is Alive and Well

There have been a lot of reports on the decline of unions. They say unions are a dying breed and younger workers in particular are not interested in union membership but this  revelation must be a little weak when you … Continue reading

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CALMC Membership Meeting – What is the Economic Outlook for Central Ohio

Last week we hosted our Columbus Area Labor-Management Committee membership meeting. In addition to electing members to the Board of Trustees, attendees heard a presentation from Dr. Bill LaFayette, Owner of Regionomics. This firm focuses on community level economics, as … Continue reading

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