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A healthy workplace is a productive workplace. The link between feeling good and working hard seems obvious, but its implications are far-reaching and profound. As an example, an obese worker costs their employer over $4,000 more, as a yearly average, than a lower-weight employee would just on insurance and medical expenses. Speaking more generally, healthy… Read more »

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  Over the last few years, cultural shifts have drastically impacted the way we do business. Take the hiring process as an example. Being interviewed for a job always meant meeting with a manager in their office. You’d show your resume, they’d ask some questions, you’d respond, and then you’d wait for a call. Today,… Read more »

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  For over 100 years, a dose of caffeine during the workday has been a part of American culture. The “coffee break” is almost as universal as work itself, and we all have at least one coworker who is never more than arm’s length away from their mug. Many wear their coffee habit as a… Read more »

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With falls being one of the most common and deadly workplace accidents, every manager should regularly review their safety practices. Are you doing everything you can to protect your workers from serious injury? In an effort to reduce workplace fall injuries, OSHA stresses implementing a fall prevention campaign. OSHA’s recommended campaign focuses on your three… Read more »

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  How many of us have big plans for this year? A new car, a nice vacation, or, more realistically, just paying off some of our bills would be a dream come true. Currently, the average American household has over $16,000 just in credit card debt. Add in mortgages and car loans, and it’s no… Read more »

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There’s no such thing as a perfectly safe job. In fact, approximately 3% of American workers will suffer some form of injury or illness at their workplace every year. While the vast majority of these injuries are minor, their effects can be devastating, not just to the injured, but also to your business. The good… Read more »

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Searching for a new job isn’t the same as it was just a few years ago. There are members of the workforce today who have never considered looking in the local paper for a job listing. Whether you’re looking at nationwide job postings, sticking to a local search, or using one of the temp agencies… Read more »

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Engaging with and motivating a diverse workforce is never easy. There is no universal key that turns every employee into a star performer. Do you struggle to keep your workers’ morale and productivity high? As one of the leading staffing agencies in Lancaster, PA, we’ve been helping managers overcome this struggle for over 30 years…. Read more »

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Fireman, police officer, logger… there are a lot of jobs that sound inherently dangerous.  We often forget that all jobs come with risks, even in an office; it’s just that we’ve grown used to them. OSHA estimates that workplace injuries cost American businesses at least $1 Billion per week. Most of these injuries are not… Read more »

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2016 has been a challenging year for many organizations. The economy has been recovering, there have been debates over who should be leading the USA, and staffing shortages have made it difficult to attract and retain good employees. The year may be coming to a close, but this doesn’t mean that your team cannot reach… Read more »