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No time is a good time for an OSHA inspection. If the inspector finds violations, it can carry significant  penalties and fines. However, even if they don’t find a single problem, it can still be a complicated and time-consuming process. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), is a relatively small government agency. Each year they conduct between 35,000 and 40,000 safety inspections. So, knowing…


Most of us don’t need a pat on the back for doing our job each day (although who doesn’t mind an occasional “thanks”). But, when you’re really working hard—taking on additional assignments, coming up with new ideas, lending a hand when the boss or a co-worker needs it—and no one seems to notice, or worse, your “fair” boss spreads the accolades around, it can be…


For the vast majority of us, being human means getting overwhelmed at times with emotions. Heck, at age 54 with four grown kids and an ex-wife, I get emotional watching life insurance ads on television. But, when we’re at work, getting emotional can have far-reaching ramifications. Learning how to effectively manage emotions at the office is a must for your career. Emotional control is vital…


Workplace conflicts are facts of life. Offices are full of negative people who often cross the line with what they say or do. Those who excel at working through disagreements and handling confrontations build stronger workplace relationships and get more done. But most of us have no idea how to resolve tough conflicts. That’s because we’ve always depended on the “wing it” strategy. Well, winging…