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Learn more about training your management team with the advice-rich report 51 Tips for More Effective Leadership Training. This time-saving report covers everything from common mistakes to avoid to communication tips to leadership best practices. It’s a must-read for supervisor training.
From filling out forms to attending meetings to counseling employees, the day of an HR professional is quite hectic and that ever-present to-do list seems to be getting longer by the week.
In this whitepaper, Kris Dunn, CHRO for Kinetix and founder of the popular HR blogs Fistful of Talent and The HR Capitalist, explores five ways in which COVID-19 has changed the future of work – and how HR leaders are reinventing themselves to show organizational readiness in a post-pandemic world.
If it’s true that any organization is only as good as its people, it’s also true that effective hiring practices are the key to success for every entity. Dynamic recruiting efforts, therefore, are a must-have to keep your organization competitive in your marketplace.
This handbook is designed to guide employees navigating this transition through the lens of Situational Leadership® by providing strategies that will help you process the change that has occurred and evaluate your goals and performance, as well as the tools to “Take Charge” of your own performance.
This publication provides a general overview of a variety of standardsrelated topics. This publication does not alter or determine compliance responsibilities which are set forth in OSHA standards, and the Occupational Safety and Health Act. Moreover, because interpretations and enforcement policy may change over time, for additional guidance on OSHA compliance requirements, the reader should consult current administrative interpretations and decisions by the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission and the courts.
Respiratory Protection: Respiratory Infection Control - Respirators Versus Surgical Masks Fact Sheet (Free Download)
It is important that employers and workers understand the significant differences between these two types of personal protective equipment. The decision whether or not to require workers to use either surgical masks or respirators must be based upon a hazard analysis of the workers’ specific work environments and the different protective properties of each type of personal protective equipment.
During an influenza pandemic, transmission of the pandemic virus can be anticipated in the workplace, not only from patients to workers in healthcare settings, but also from customers and coworkers in general work settings. Employers can use a set of occupational safety and health controls referred to as the “hierarchy of controls” to reduce exposures to pandemic influenza in their workplaces.