How to Sharpen Your Leadership Skills

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Being a leader is your passion. Having the ability to engage, inspire, and motivate your team is the best feeling — but you’re always striving to be even better. You challenge your team to focus on constant growth, and you want to do the same for yourself. That alone says a lot about you as… Read more »

Tips for Conducting Effective Team Meetings

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Team meetings are a great way to get your staff together to brainstorm ideas, share updates, and reconnect. However, simply having everyone in the same room doesn’t automatically make for an effective meeting. When not properly structured, team meetings can feel like a colossal waste of time. Use this advice to ensure employees walk away… Read more »

Dangerous Workplace Hazards

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As a responsible leader, safety is your top priority. However, you realize workplace hazards come in many forms you might not immediately recognize. Therefore, you’re committed to educating yourself on these risks, so you can do everything in your power to keep your team safe. Here’s a look at some of the most common forms… Read more »

So You Want to be a Warehouse Manager? Here’s a List of Things You Need to Know

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You’ve been working in a warehouse for at least a few years now, and you’re ready to take it up a notch. Becoming a warehouse manager has been a career goal of yours for a while, but you’re finally ready to start thinking about making it a reality. Before applying for jobs, you want to… Read more »

4 Steps to a Safe Job Site

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Due to the nature of your industry, working at your company isn’t without risks. However, you’re committed to doing everything in your power to make your workplace as safe as possible. In 2020, private industry employers reported 2.7 million nonfatal injuries and illnesses, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Whether your company was one… Read more »

How to Ensure Proper Use of Warehouse Machinery

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Your warehouse is filled with hazardous machinery operated by workers on a daily basis. When used correctly, these machines present minimal danger, but serious accidents can happen if something goes wrong. For example, powered industrial trucks — general industry — and machinery and machine guarding — general industry — were listed among the top 10… Read more »

Crucial Safety Topics to Include in All Employee Training

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Some safety trainings are job specific, but others apply to the entire company. These topics must be covered because they’re essential to the health and safety of your whole team. Maybe you’re getting ready to hire and want to put a robust training program in place. Or, perhaps, you’re preparing a training session for your… Read more »

Employer Branding Ideas for Turning Candidates into Employees

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You’re getting ready to hire, and you’re focused on securing top talent. This is important because you don’t feel like some of your most recent hiring experiences have been the best. Something has to change to allow you to attract top talent and entice them to join your team. Creating a stronger brand can be… Read more »

Occupational Safety and Health Trends to Keep in Mind This Year

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It’s hard to believe it, but the fourth quarter of the year is on the horizon. Now that September is here, you’re probably trying to take a look at your 2022 goals and make sure you’re on track with everything — including safety. Keeping your workers safe on the job is your top priority, so… Read more »

5 Trends That Will Shape Work in 2022 and Beyond

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It’s hard to believe it, but August is already here. As with every year, this one has been filled with learning experiences — including new trends quickly gaining traction. As a manager, it’s your job to keep up with the latest workplace trends. This is an important part of ensuring your company is both successful… Read more »