Unless you are the parent of small children, it may come as a surprise that choking is the fourth leading cause of accidental deaths in the United States. The reality is that choking can happen anywhere and to anyone—at school, at work, or in public places.
Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas come in rapid succession and the next thing you know, it’s a brand new year. A new decade even. As you look to make those new year goals and resolutions for 2020 make getting focused on safety a priority. And one safety area that should top the 2020 improvement list is preventing and reducing workplace slips and falls.
Every day, Bolling Brown lives his life with the following motto: To always treat people as you want them to treat you and your family/friends.
Caress Kennedy is always seeking out the next business challenge. She was hoping that her career would lead her to a company that she is proud to work for --a market leader, innovator, trend setter offering superior client relations initiatives as well as positive employee support. This is why she joined Allied Universal®.
No employee or employer wants to think their workplace is at risk for a violent incident. The unfortunate reality is that workplace violence is a risk for every organization.
As consumers increasingly prefer electronic payments over cash in hand, would be criminals have developed new and sophisticated ways to pilfer wallets.
Growing up, Mark Merideth always looked up to his brothers. So when they joined the military, Mark decided to follow in their footsteps.
Highways, train stations, bus ways and airports experience their own type of holiday bloat, packed to the gills with frantic travelers trying to get to their destination. It can be hectic, nerve-wracking and stressful. If you have ever seen any of National Lampoon’s Vacation movies and traveled cross-county during the U.S.
For more than 12 years, Tammy Nixon served her country as a Seabee in the United States Navy.
Planning for a future career is a combination of timing, luck, perseverance, relationships and networking. Most of us would prefer the type of work that allows us to optimize our strengths. The key is understanding what those strengths are and uncovering the best way to leverage them for a successful and enriching career.