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OSHA: Agricultural Risks and Prevention

Harbor America - Jan 24, 2020 10:36:00 AM

With all the risks involved in agriculture, employees must remain diligent in their efforts to prevent injury. Noise exposure is one of the leading causes of hearing loss in the agriculture industry. As such, the agriculture industry should implement ways to educate the risks associated with the work, as well as provide adequate training to prevent such injuries.

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Upskilling to Lead Company Revamping

Harbor America - Jan 16, 2020 10:11:00 AM

With the HR industry revitalizing and revamping its strategies to best position businesses in the competitive markets, the hunt for top talent is scarce. Marketing efforts have evolved to unique and quality benefits that attract younger, mobile candidates, as well as innovative, robust workplace settings and culture to retain top employees. With the struggle of attracting and maintaining a strong workforce, companies may see a shift to utilizing upskilling methods rather than engaging in the daunting HR processes for terminating, hiring, and recovering from employee turnover.

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2020 HR Trends to Watch

Harbor America - Jan 14, 2020 10:07:13 AM

The human resources industry has been long-standing and evolving. It is an industry that thrives on its foundation of communication, connection, and managing employee relations. As we enter 2020, there are some new trends that are revitalizing the HR industry’s foundation and ones you, as a business owner, will want to stay on top of.

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2019 Year-End OSHA Updates

Harbor America - Dec 30, 2019 3:01:00 PM

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is preparing proposals in the new year. Many of OSHA regulations on the agenda pertain to and effect blue-collar industries, such as construction, manufacturing, and manual labor. Two proposals on the agenda for the beginning of 2020 will discuss forklift and walking-working surface regulations.

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Addressing Mental Health in the Workplace

Harbor America - Dec 9, 2019 3:38:11 PM

Mental health has long been a taboo subject, especially that of workplace discussions. Thirty-eight percent of employees believed their bosses would perceive their mental health concerns as an excuse to not work and 34% believed it would negatively influence their chances of promotions.1 Because of this negative stigma, many people do not seek help. Particularly in the blue-collar industry, mental and emotional well being demands just as much attention as physical health. The common perspective of both men and those who work in manual labor jobs is being tough, which oftentimes hinders the ability to admit there’s a problem and seeking help.

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Benefits of Internships

Harbor America - Dec 4, 2019 3:37:36 PM

There are many reasons people seek internship opportunities and unlike popular belief, are available to people of all ages and experiences. They offer great benefits to both the employer and the internee. Creating and implementing an internship program can open numerous doors to your business including increased employee retention, quality candidate pools, increase productivity and presence, and foster leadership skills, just to name a few.

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EEOC Tips Video

Harbor America - Nov 25, 2019 3:33:54 PM
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A Realistic Approach to Employee Retention

Harbor America - Nov 20, 2019 10:09:29 AM

“A staggering “83% of employers believe attracting and retaining talent”1 is one of the primary challenges for their recruiting and hiring teams.

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Let’s Get Real About Small Businesses

Harbor America - Nov 13, 2019 12:43:51 PM

Most business owners are initially driven with the purpose of becoming their own boss, but the reality is they are also becoming a cog in the economic wheel drives the nation. 57.9 million people are employed by small businesses which currently makes up 47.8% of U.S. employees.

Topics: Tips for Small Business Owners- Benefits

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Vacant Land and Building Liability

Harbor America - Nov 8, 2019 10:47:56 AM

It is common for land and building owners to find themselves with a parcel of unused, vacant land or a vacant building from time to time. What most owners forget is that it is still important to consider risks associated to the land or building. For example, if an individual is injured on the land parcel, the land owner is still liable.

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