Monthly Archives: November 2013

Should Employers Conduct Employee Surveys?

I recently read an article stating that over one-half of 250 HR respondents thought that the traditional employee survey is dead.  Most respondents felt that the future of employer research was “qualitative” rather than “quantitative,” and 80% believe that mobile … Continue reading

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Are Meetings the Bane of Your Existence?

I had not previously read posts by Ron Thomas, but based upon his recent TLNT post, “The Problems With Meetings?  They Cost More Than They’re Really Worth,” Mr. Thomas is that rarest of leaders . . .:  an individual with … Continue reading

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« Are Your Employees at Risk of Isocyanate Exposure?

From my friend, Brian Edwards, whom I have found to have great wisdom when dealing with combustible dust challenges. CTI EHS Blog Conversion Technology Inc. Environmental, Health and Safety News Blog. Keeping you informed of important issues. « Are your … Continue reading

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Safety Has Missed the Boat On Sustainability

I have been sharing materials from the EHS Today “America’s Safest Companies” conference which we co-sponsored the last week.  I experienced one of those epiphany experiences while listening to Dr John Howard and representatives of GE and Georgia Pacific explain … Continue reading

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