How Your Employees Could Help Make Your Facility Safer

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One of the most crippling costs a company can incur is on-the-job accidents.  The National Safety Council reports that workplace safety incidents cost employers $171 billion in 2019. That’s about $1,100 per employee per year. Risk managers are constantly searching for ways to make the workplace safer for employees, but the surprising news is that the answer may lie with employees themselves.  Engagement = Safety  That… Read more »

5 Recruiting Biases That are Hurting Your Efforts

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Whether you are staffing in Lumberton or Charlotte, unconscious bias can sabotage your recruiting efforts. You could be missing out on a great hire by not being aware of the flawed shortcuts your brain makes. To help you avoid such missed opportunities, watch for these unconscious biases in your hiring process.  The Halo Effect   This cognitive bias involves allowing one obvious positive trait about a… Read more »