No Need to Sweat Summer Dress Code Policies

Spring has arrived along with flowers, greening trees and grass, and thinner, shorter and lighter fabrics in the workplace are inevitable. Temperatures, depending on where you are, are rising, as are the chances of inappropriate dress in the workplace. Summer dress can be a subconscious signal to employees to dress down. Employees can look more suitable for the beach than the office.

Even in workplaces where casual wardrobe is expected, employees can cross lines of taste, impropriety and office decorum. Employees aren’t children, but stretch boundaries to see how far an organization will bend. 
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Injuries and Older Construction Workers: Facts and Recommendations

As U.S. construction and other workers grow older, companies and contractors must look at ways to lessen physical injuries, which increase with age.

Between 1998 and 2010, the average age of construction workers increased from 36 to 41.5, according to the Center for Construction Research and Training. 
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Selling Insurance vs. A Car – Selling Intangible Services

 

Selling intangibles like insurance can be difficult. It’s not like selling a car – the new customer can’t drive home in your product. 
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How to Handle Office Romances

 

Employees spend a majority of their lives at work. When they find like-minded people, it’s only natural that love may bloom. 
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