8 OSHA Trainings Businesses Should Provide OSHA's primary goal is to keep people in the workplace safe from injury and illness. Whether you own an office supply store or a construction company, you must train employees on general health and
Employee Training and What is Required Being responsible for the safety and well being of your employees as well as your business is a big responsibility. Implementing a training program for managers and employees will help reduce mistakes, improve production,
OSHA Records and Recording The occupational safety and health administration (OSHA) requires certain employers to keep records to identify hazardous areas, inform employees the status of the workplace safety and health, and provide data for a nationwide survey of occupational
6 Free Employee Benefits that Won’t Cost Your Company Anything Employee benefits like health insurance, paid time off, and retirement plans cost the company money but are attractive to potential employees. A small business on a budget can offer benefits
Everything You Need to Know about the I-9 Form The I-9 form is a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) document used to verify a person's identity and employment eligibility for employment in the United States. Federal law requires that a
5 Steps for Staying HR Compliant Becoming complacent with the small HR tasks can leave your businesses vulnerable to state and federal penalties. Here is a list of ways to help you be pro-active to keeping your business HR complaint.