Shape Up or Ship Out: How to Stay Motivated for Work

June 5, 2017 - Lacey Fair


Do you remember that exciting feeling when your job was brand new? Perhaps you’d get up early, get to work with a smile on, and even stay late without being asked. Then, months later, the shine has worn off and your motivation is gone. You wake up 20 minutes before your shift begins, rush out […]


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How to Beat the Texas Heat

May 15, 2017 - Melisa Bedunah


With Texas spring in full bloom and summer quickly approaching, there is one thing you can count on: The weather is about to get hot. At least 20 days from July to August are expected to be over 100 degrees in many Texas cities. For some workers, the sweltering heat is just a moment’s inconvenience […]


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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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