Recent active shooter attacks at military bases in California and Florida are a stark reminder that deadly violence can break out at any workplace or public venue. While every attack is different, there are commonalities -- including cases where intended victims are protecting themselves and even fight back.
Longtime presentation expert and Microsoft PowerPoint MVP will show you how to properly approach your next PowerPoint presentation and design slides that use far fewer words, more effective graphics and ultimately communicate better with your audiences.
In the beginning Justin was a good employee, but now his performance is poor and his attitude is sour. As his supervisor, you are thinking he needs to step up or move on to something different. What do you do?
OSHA has recently issued an important guidance on COVID-19 for employers as well as issuing two revised enforcement policies for enforcing OSHA's requirements with respect to COVID-19 as many workplaces move towards reopening.
Well-documented administrative procedures are the secret to a well-run office. Creating and sharing these processes paves the way for consistency, productivity and growth. Clear processes make it easy to cross-train and onboard employees, to hold staff accountable and ultimately to scale your business.
Telecommuting is a popular way to provide flexibility and convenience in the workplace. Workers love it. They can save drive time, reduce commuting expense and better manage life responsibilities including child care, elder care or disabilities.
Employee illness involving COVID-19 is a challenging situation for employers. In addition to state and federal regulations involving employee leave, workplace safety for other employees and visitors must be addressed. Mandatory quarantine for those exposed to the infected employee must also be managed.