Technology has caused significant disruption in people management and employee experience a whole. The post covers a few of the most awe-inspiring ones
As human beings, each of us is uniquely different. This makes people management one of the most complex functions in the world. In a professional context, human dimensions like gender, education, geography, age groups, and skill sets add further intrication. While organizations attempt to manually tackle people management with a handful of HRs, they end up further knotting up this already entwined process.
For the ninth consecutive year, Fall Protection – General Requirements (1926.501) tops the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) list of most frequently cited workplace safety violations. In conjunction with the National Safety Council, Patrick Kapust, deputy director of OSHA’s Directorate of Enforcement Programs, presented the preliminary Top 10 list of workplace safety violations for fiscal year 2019 today at the NSC 2019 Congress & Expo in San Diego.read more
More than 1 in 10 injuries on the job may be linked to insufficient sleep, experts say. For many people struggling to cope with the pressures of life in a 24/7, on-demand world, sleep gets relegated to the bottom of their to-do list. Sleep is sacrificed to squeeze in an extra hour of productivity, or because rest time is equated with wasted time.read more
What if we think beyond 2020? What if we take the time now to set our fleets up for success in the long run and future-proof our operations? It doesn’t seem possible that 2020 is right around the corner and that it’s time to start planning for a new year. But as always, the future is fast approaching is 2020 brings us new opportunities to innovate and improve fleet operations.read more
Accidents can happen anywhere, and if your job is a dangerous one, it is important you and your boss make sure your workplace is safe. Accidents can happen at work, but what is your company doing to prevent them? Health and safety regulations affect the reputation and success of your business. If something goes wrong and an employee becomes severely injured, word can spread about this and diminish your trustworthiness as an enterprise.read more
Everyone in the organization has a role and responsibilities when it comes to telematics.
Nearly every truck on the road today is equipped with a telematics device of some sort. Robin Kinsey, Geotab’s leasing business development manager, shared some best practices for telematics from a human resources perspective at a recent NationaLease meeting.