Monthly Archives: August 2013

HR Should Budget Money For New Fed Contractor Veterans and Disability Requirements.

The new regulations for disabled individuals and veterans posted by the OFCCP yesterday afternoon dramatically change the requirements for federal contractors—at least 25% of the employers in the US—so this will be huge.  Federal contractors will be required to ask … Continue reading

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9 Things You Absolutely Must Do if You Have an OSHA Inspection

9 Things You Absolutely Must Do if You Have an OSHA Inspection by Howard Mavity on Aug 27, 2013, 9:09 AM  |  0 Comments inShare16       By Howard Mavity Readers already know to take photos whenever an OSHA … Continue reading

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“Private Eyes Are Watching You” … With Google Glass?

 As I started typing about “Google Glass,” that 80”s song by Hall and Oates began to torment me over and over again …  Private Eyes they’re watching you they see your every move Private Eyes they’re watching you Private Eyes … Continue reading

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OHS Online: More About “Why Do Employees Choose To Get Hurt?”

OHS Blog: Why Do Employees Choose to Get Hurt? August 1, 2013 05:13 by Howard Mavity Despite having handled nearly 500 workplace fatalities, I once found myself hanging three stories from a gutter because I had wedged a piece of … Continue reading

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