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Will Temby

Let a Temp Agency Supply your Alternate Players

If you’ve been following the Olympics, the critical importance of bench strength cannot have escaped your attention. When a team loses a front-line athlete with everything on the line, performances by the team’s alternates can spell the difference between gold and no medal at all. The same is true in the hospitality business. You’ve staffed …

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Experts in jobsite safety trends predict that OSHA under President Biden will be far more aggressive than the essentially mothballed agency that slept through the Donald J. Trump administration.

Beefed up OSHA Means Greater Jobsite Scrutiny

The election of Joe Biden as president brought many new faces to Washington. One department head nominee that construction industry employers should be aware of: Doug Parker, the proposed new boss of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Parker most recently oversaw California’s OSHA division. Experts in jobsite safety trends predict that a Parker-led OSHA …

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As Construction Rebounds, Staffing Services Ready with Manpower

As the U.S. economy begins to pounce back, finding qualified construction workers has suddenly become a challenge. Construction is rebounding more quickly than other sectors as postponed projects finally rev up. But as a construction manager, how do you put together a productive team with rival firms also battling to recruit top talent? Savvy construction …

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EEOC: Employers Can Require COVID-19 Vaccinations

Because it’s not a “medical examination,” employers can order their employees to get a COVID-19 vaccine without violating the Americans with Disabilities Act or any other worker-protection laws. That’s according to new guidance from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the agency that enforces laws against workplace discrimination. The EEOC said companies can go so …

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