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How Manufacturing HR Can Reduce Risk as COVID Reshapes Employee Interaction

As manufacturing human resources professionals cope with fear and uncertainty across their workforce, they must focus on three key areas. Jul 31st, 2020 Jennifer Ho iStock As manufacturers continue operations amid increased COVID-19 hotspots, HR leaders are confronting a new reality, forcing them to cope [...]

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Roads are becoming less safe. How can fleets reaffirm safety culture?

Buzz buzz: New text message. Beep bop beep bop: Event reminder. Ding: Breaking news. We're inundated with notifications, updates, reminders and alerts on our smartphones, particularly as the pandemic has made phone and internet our main ways of communicating through remote operations. If we're fortunate enough to [...]

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Utilizing HR Tech to Improve Employee Safety

By developing strong workplace policies to address health/safety and reevaluating them over time, companies can ease employee concerns. As organizations continue to work diligently to adjust their operations to welcome more employees, visitors and vendors into the traditional workplace, the past several weeks has proven [...]

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How Restaurants Can Improve Indoor Air Quality in the Coronavirus Era

Even as restrictions loosen and thousands of restaurants can legally open their dining rooms, many customers remain hesitant to dine in. Therefore, it’s critical for restaurants to do everything possible to put customers and employees at ease. That means restaurants must embrace extra safeguards, including [...]

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Analysis: Pandemic increases distracted driving from truck drivers

Aaron Huff| @AaronHuffCCJ| June 26, 2020 Vehicle mileage fell sharply during the coronavirus lockdown but is returning to pre-pandemic levels. Along with the swing in mileages comes new driver safety risks, including speeding and driver distraction from mobile devices among carriers’ chief concerns. By tracking [...]

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