Blog Entries - 2021
If you have more than 10 employees or work in an industry with a higher-than-average potential for hazardous incidents—which covers nearly all metalworking shops and manufacturing facilities—then
The Family and Medical Leave Act, commonly known as FMLA, isn't anything new. It was passed in 1993 to protect the jobs of workers who needed to take time off because of a serious health concern, the birth or adoption
The benefits of using modified duty where allowed are many – both for the company and the injured worker. It has been proven that injured workers who return to work on modified duty tend to heal 30% faster than
Ohio residents filed fewer than 14,000 initial unemployment claims statewide last week, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) reports. Click Here to
In this article, we attempt to explain what this means for the top legislative, regulatory, and enforcement issues involving OSHA. Construction employers want to know what this means for their industry, projects,
Diversity and inclusion (D&I) has been a hot topic in the workplace as of late. For a plethora of reasons, businesses are becoming more active in their efforts to hire and work with a diverse group of people.