Benefits of Return to Work Programs

Injured employees cost US employers upwards of $161.5 billion in 2017, or about $1,100 per injured worker, and around $39,000 per medically consulted injury.[1] Moreover, the work-related injuries that occurred in 2017 resulted in 70 million days lost.2 
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Understanding OSHA Inspections

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employers to provide a safe work environment for all employees. To maintain these regular standards, OSHA enforces compliance by conducting inspections. Employers, however, are generally unsure of what elements are covered in an OSHA inspection, the selection process, and how to prepare for an inspection. 
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The Digital Transformation of Sales Teams

Do you remember when products and services used to be “sold” in a physical sense? Or how about the time when salespeople were the subject matter experts when it came to everything there was to know about a sale? But these days, sales processes and sales management have changed thanks to rapid technological advancements. 
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Automating Standard HR Functions

An essential department in any growing organization is human resources. From hiring and onboarding to reporting and training, HR tasks are usually regarded as those that require manual processes to ensure efficiency and accuracy. But, as with other departments in your business, technology has made a lasting and impressionable impact. 
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