November 14, 2017
Every year, companies lose an average of 5 percent of their revenue to fraud, according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners – and [...]Read more Employee Fraud: How to Scout It and Stop It
We may not be kids anymore, but many of us still love Halloween. And workplace celebrations offer more than a sugar rush and the chance to wear [...]Read more Halloween at the Office: More Treats, Less Tricks
We Americans love to tout our First Amendment rights, particularly the freedom to express our opinions. But do those freedoms apply around the [...]Read more Free Speech: Is It Really Free at the Office?
So you’ve checked all the boxes — you’ve brainstormed possible emergencies, sought input, come up with a thorough emergency plan, and made sure [...]Read more Preparing for Emergencies: Part 3 – Training
We discussed the importance of thinking through potential emergencies and coming up with a plan to handle them, but an effective plan also must [...]Read more Preparing for Emergencies: Part 2 – Assisting People with Disabilities
The recent hurricanes that have ravaged coastal parts of the United States can prompt introspection here in the central part of the country, [...]Read more Preparing for Emergencies: Part 1 – The Plan
Next week is a sacred time for the country’s two largest religions. More than 231 million Americans will commemorate Passover or Easter. That’s [...]Read more Nagging Questions: Religion in the Workplace