Preventing Overexertion at Work

Preventing Overexertion at Work

Safety Focused Preventing Overexertion at Work According to the National Safety Council, overexertion is the third-leading cause of injury in the United States—with an estimated 3.5 million overexertion injuries taking place each year. These injuries can happen in the...
Managing in Times of Social Unrest

Managing in Times of Social Unrest

Social injustices, civil rights and discrimination issues affect all employers and employees across the country. Numerous recent events have led to unrest, which has permeated all areas of society, including the workplace. During these times, employees may be...
Managing the Risks of Cloud Computing

Managing the Risks of Cloud Computing

Managing the Risks of Cloud Computing For businesses looking to share resources quickly and effectively, cloud computing can be an attractive answer. However, while moving operations to the cloud is an effective way to reduce hardware and software costs while keeping...
Preparing for a Second Wave of COVID

Preparing for a Second Wave of COVID

Even as stay-at-home orders and restrictions are lifted, daily operations won’t be business-as-usual for many across the country. The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is still going on, despite businesses reopening. Moreover, public health officials and experts are...
COVID-19 Reopening Considerations

COVID-19 Reopening Considerations

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many restaurants and food service businesses to shift to survival strategies like carryout or delivery service. Some even had to close their doors for an extended period. As the COVID-19 threat shifts, several states have officially...