Dying for an Emoji: New Texting & Driving Laws and Other Updates

April 27, 2017 - Lacey Fair


With so many news stories flooding out of television sets, computer screens, and radio speakers every day, it can be difficult to separate the matters that affect your business the most from the noise. Even when a new law seems like it’s not applicable to your business at the surface level, many times it affects […]


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A Safe Workplace Begins with You

March 28, 2017 - Lacey Fair


Think about being in a room with two dozen other manufacturing workers. Statistically, at least one of you will be injured this year. Scary, right?   The numbers show that safety doesn’t get the attention it deserves, and it stops being an upper management concern when your own life is at risk. 3 million people […]


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Fatal Manufacturing Mistakes

March 14, 2017 - Melisa Bedunah


All it takes is a single employee accident to turn business profits into losses, with workplace accidents across the country costing the enormous sum of $170 billion each year. These expenses are not just the obvious, such as workman’s comp payouts or fixing broken equipment. They include indirect costs of losing a worker’s output during […]


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Getting a Good Job Without a Degree Made Simple

February 28, 2017 - Kim Wallace


Take one look at a friend’s student loan bill and the thought of a college degree can set your head spinning. Instead of facing big student loans without a guarantee of success, consider other ways of getting ahead. Even without a college education, there are many valuable ways to set yourself apart from other job […]


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Big Oil & Job Growth: One Trillion Reasons Industrial Hiring Will Increase

February 14, 2017 - Jana Floyd


One trillion dollars. Sounds like a tremendous amount of money, right? That’s exactly how much is expected to be invested in the oil industry each year for the next 25 years. This massive shot in the arm will be necessary to keep up with rising oil demand not just in the United States, but across […]


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