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You’ll pay if dress code incites harassment

10/21/2019
If you are in the restaurant or entertainment industry and require employees to wear revealing outfits at work, prepare for an unfortunate if entirely predictable consequence: Customers may harass your workers.

OSHA steamed over burned Queen City, Georgia employee

10/15/2019
A Georgia company faces $211,400 in fines after an employee suffered serious burns from a steam pipe.

Fix a terrible, awful, no-good day

10/04/2019
When humiliation occurs, it can seem nearly impossible to crawl out from underneath it and reclaim some dignity. In the worst moments, advice is difficult to hear, let alone follow. But there are some helpful strategies to guide you forward.

Brainy tech tips to manage stress and productivity on the go

10/01/2019
The next time stress threatens to launch us into orbit, the following tips may bring balance back into our life and keep us grounded.

The HR I.Q. Test: October ’19

10/01/2019
Here’s your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.

Which meetings are worthwhile? A test

09/26/2019
Here’s a revolutionary way to determine which meetings are truly worthwhile: Cancel all formal meetings for a month.

Amputated finger points to several OSHA violations

09/23/2019
In all, OSHA cited the employer for 17 violations and fines totaling $287,212. The amputation was just the tip of the workplace safety iceberg.

Job satisfaction soars, but growth worries persist

09/23/2019
American workers are feeling better about their jobs than they have in years, according to a new nationwide poll by the Conference Board nonprofit business think tank.

HR’s 10-year career prospects look strong

09/23/2019
HR managers ranked 35th out of 800 U.S. occupations in terms of projected employment growth by 2028, according to a new analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data by The Wall Street Journal.

Study: Workplace bullying also harms safety, health

09/19/2019
Bullying bosses can crush morale. But a new Portland State University study says employees’ responses can lead to more work accidents and injuries.