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  • Employers Beware When Employees Inform You of an Illness

    Supervisors must be very careful when employees inform them of an illness or diagnosis of an illness. It is easy to ask the usual questions such as, "How do you think this will affect your work?" ... Read Article

September Posts

  • Employers Beware When Employees Inform You of an Illness

    Supervisors must be very careful when employees inform them of an illness or diagnosis of an illness. It is easy to ask the usual questions such as, "How do you think this will affect your work?" However, if you don't make every effort to accommodate the employee's illness, you ... Read Article
  • Texas Company Loses Worker to Heat Exhaustion

    Accidents in a workplace, especially those where a death has occurred, should always be investigated, and that is the job of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. However, as unfortunate as workplace accidents are, they are not always caused by employer negligence, ... Read Article
  • Cabinet Business Closes Under Excessive Debt and OSHA Penalties

    In San Antonio, a 37-year-old cabinetry business, Cardell Cabinetry, was forced to close their doors. They were apparently going under financially with debts of $45 million hanging over their head. With no warning, around 900 employees found themselves unemployed. Employees ... Read Article
  • Cooper National Resources Fined for OSHA Citations

    When OSHA comes knocking, you may want to be prepared. If you know an inspection of your facility is coming, take steps to go that extra mile and make sure everything is in place, all safety rules are being followed, and that the place is clean and dry. You may even want to have ... Read Article
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