View Source With signs that the virus is peaking in the US, and with some state Shelter-in-Place Orders scheduled to be lifted in the coming weeks, employers are turning their attention to planning for how best to bring employees back to work. As with the initial...
The American Red Cross continues to closely monitor the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and follow the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Our nation’s truckers are doing what they do best even during the coronavirus pandemic — they keep on trucking.
As a division of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is deeply invested in researching trends surrounding the well-being of workers nationwide.
helpful links from the (CDC) U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, (OSHA) Occupational Safety & Health and (WHO) World Health Organization:
With new technologies emerging every day, staying on top of the latest trends is critical for business development. Today, businesses have two choices: either keep abreast of technology in their respective industry or lose out to competitors that are offering better, newer solutions for customers. Those that fall behind risk losing new business opportunities as well as existing customers.
“Innovate or stagnate.” It’s a stark choice that businesses across all sectors must confront daily. Although many decision makers at large companies recognize the importance of innovation, most fail to implement it in a strategic, consistent, and effective way. A recent study by McKinsey & Company found that 84% of executives agreed innovation was important for their growth strategy, but only 6% said they were satisfied with innovation performance. In this article, we’ll explore why innovation management is important for any company looking to remain competitive on the corporate landscape.