What is the Greater Washington Board of Trade? Founded in 1899, in response to a Washington Post editorial calling for the establishment of a much-needed board of trade, the Greater keep reading >
Whether your company owns or rents cranes – or controls a construction project where cranes are operating – OSHA’s updated rule for crane operator training, certification and evaluation affects you. keep reading >
A quick scan of recent headlines – including the latest high-profile story about a nursing home that has been found 85 percent liable for the 2013 sexual assault of an keep reading >
Employers today are facing an unusual challenge: Although medical cannabis is now legal in 29 states, including Pennsylvania, it remains illegal under federal law.
For years, healthcare organizations have dedicated time and resources to improve employee satisfaction. And, for good reason – according to a recent report by The Conference Board, less than half keep reading >
Employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) has become an increasingly prevalent policy for organizations varying in size. These types of policies not only cover alleged sexual harassment claims, but also other keep reading >
Tragedy can strike at any moment, and it’s important to have a proactive process in place to ensure the ultimate safety of your staff and residents.
Earlier this year, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a final rule to limit workers’ exposure to respirable crystalline silica. Inhaling even small amounts of this material may put workers at risk for developing silicosis, lung cancer, and other serious diseases.