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Sexual Harassment -What are True Deterrents?

Sexual harassment is big news right now. From Congress to Hollywood and everywhere in between, employees are reporting harassment at the hands of managers or colleagues in greater numbers.

Even when sexual harassment is technically not illegal, it’s important to prevent the behavior. Talented employees leave, your company’s reputation suffers and other employees get the idea that it’s acceptable when no action is taken. 
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Bullies, Aggressors and Intimidators – Oh My!

Dealing with Workplace Aggression

Every year, according to the US Department of Labor, two million workers have endured non-fatal violence in the workplace. Abusers can take many forms. Over 40 percent of bullies are direct supervisors, Over 7% work under the victim, and the rest are co-workers on the same level. 
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Driverless Trucks and Insurance

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Driverless Trucks and Insurance

The trucking industry is ready for a change. Nearly 70% of the country’s freight is moved by truck, yet trucking companies can’t fill open positions fast enough to meet the demand. A retiring workforce and extremely high turnover rate could be to blame for the shortage, but unfortunately these problems aren’t expected to improve. In fact, demand is expected to continue rising, making matters even worse for trucking companies. 
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OSHA Changes Employer Post Accident Drug Testing Rules Effective 11/1/16

POST ACCIDENT REVISED TESTING PARAMETERS 
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Claim Reporting Basics, Part 3: The Claim Reporting Trap

Part 3 claim reporting

This is a continuation of our four-part series on claims reporting. Missed Part 2: Reporting of Injuries by the Employer? Click here! 

“I think I’m injured!!

As an employer, those should be the most chilling words you can think of. Not just because you care about your employees as people, but because those words can cost you and cost you dearly. 
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