SB 553 Workplace Violence Prevention Compliance

In this episode, Jen reminds employers about the new California workplace violence prevention law, Senate Bill 553. Source link Reach Out Don’t hesitate to reach out to us to discuss your specific... Read more »

Is Sports Gambling in the Workplace A Safe Bet?

With the Super Bowl taking place this weekend and March Madness just around the corner, many offices are abuzz with discussions of squares, brackets, and other sports-betting pools. The benefits of company-wide... Read more »
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NIOSH Collaborates Globally on Workplace Safety of Nanomaterials

On February 1, 2024, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) posted a NIOSH Science Blog item entitled “NIOSH Global Collaborations on Workplace Safety of Nanomaterials.” According to the blog... Read more »

How To Make A Comeback When Exclusion Happens In the Workplace!

Don’t despair. There are ways to confidently rebound from delivering microaggressions. getty Recently, I heard a question that piqued my attention and caused me to reflect on an appropriate response. The question... Read more »

New York’s Retail Workplace Violence Prevention Bill Continues Trend of State Law Workplace Violence Prevention Measures

In response to an increase in workplace violence incidents, many states are enacting laws or regulations designed to prevent workplace violence—a legislative and regulatory trend expected to continue. New York is the... Read more »

The Year Ahead 2024: Workplace Safety

Transcript Alitia Faccone: Welcome to We get work™ and The Year Ahead 2024 podcast series. Covering workplace issues from both subject matter and industry perspectives, the 19 episodes in our series provide... Read more »

Jennifer Shaw on “The Afternoon News With Kitty O’Neal” to Discuss the New Workplace Violence Prevention Plan Law

Jennifer Shaw appeared on “The Afternoon News with Kitty O’Neal” to discuss a new law that requires covered California employers to take steps to prevent and respond to workplace violence. SB 553... Read more »

Michelle Phillips Discusses LGBTQ+ Workplace Discrimination in New York State

Michelle Phillips discusses the ongoing presence of gender identity bias against New York employees and assesses proposed measures to address and mitigate these barriers in “Anti-Trans Bias Entrenched In Workplaces, NY Report... Read more »

3 Signs to Immediately Recognize a Toxic Workplace

Here’s how to deal with bullies and other unpleasant individuals in the workplace. Source link Reach Out Don’t hesitate to reach out to us to discuss your specific needs. Our team is... Read more »

Use the “minimal self” theory to flip workplace stress on its head

Robert Burton’s 1621 work, The Anatomy of Melancholy, is a vast, 900-page exploration of depression. It dances around and calls upon all the sciences of his day — psychology, physiology, astronomy, meteorology,... Read more »

How to Intervene When You Witness Workplace Aggression

Given the many impacts of workplace aggression, organizations are exploring a number of prevention initiatives. One increasingly popular initiative, bystander intervention, involves training people who witness acts of aggression to intervene. Although... Read more »

Leave Gen Z alone, Jodie… it’s Gen X you should worry about in the workplace

Much like the age-old puzzle of which came first, the chicken or the egg, the dynamics between the different generations in today’s workplace often leave us wondering who set the tone. Last... Read more »
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