How to Be A Workplace Environment Leader

How to Be A Workplace Environment Leader

  • Anna Ham

Since your employees are your greatest asset, maintaining their health and safety should be a top priority. And, as a leader, there are many ways to start the process of safety maintenance. In this blog, we will explore some of the top ways you can lead the charge to employee safety, including employee education, modeling safe behaviors, and ensuring a comfortable working environment. Employee Education Many sources cite employee education...

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Recruiting Top Employees Through Your Work Environment

Recruiting Top Employees Through Your Work Environment

  • Anna Ham

When It Comes to Attracting Top Talent, Environment Matters Younger generations have consistently made their mark on the workplace. Whether it was women working outside the home after World War II or the millennial generation’s desire to have more meaningful work or a good work-life balance, meeting the desires of an up-and-coming workforce is not a new phenomenon. However, with the manufacturing industry seeing growth through new technologies in the...

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The Financial Impact of Workplace Injuries

The Financial Impact of Workplace Injuries

  • Anna Ham

It is common knowledge that workplace injuries can be detrimental to manufacturing facilities. In fact, the Economic Policy Institute cites that the overall costs of these injuries and illnesses is roughly $250 billion a year. With these statistics, it is important and financially responsible to understand where these costs originate and how to avoid them.   Understanding all the financial implications of an unsafe work environment can help to solidify...

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Mitigating Sick Building Syndrome with an HVLS Fan

Mitigating Sick Building Syndrome with an HVLS Fan

  • Anna Ham

The National Institute of Health (NIH) describes sick building syndrome as “a situation in which the occupants of a building experience acute health- or comfort-related effects that seem to be linked directly to the time spent in the building.” While employee health is of the highest importance, not staying ahead of the negative effects of sick building syndrome can quickly move beyond health concerns. The results can also affect your...

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