Our most recent workforce survey reveals that, not surprisingly, many people’s work habits and attitudes have changed as a result of the turbulent economy. Some of the key findings: 45% of workers surveyed say that they are more willing to take any available shifts in order to protect their earnings. 30% of respondents stated that … Continue reading Workplace Tug of War – Workers Want More Work
While Domino's has been in the news this week due to the unfortunate video hijinks of a couple of their workers in North Carolina, the issue of sick food handlers is one of serious and ongoing concern according to our board member, David Creelman who submitted the following food for thought: Here is a big … Continue reading The Domino's Effect – Presenteeism Among Food Handlers
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My Sunday morning ritual for at least 40 years has been to read the Boston Globe and NY Times for a couple of hours. Last Sunday, while reading those papers, I was listening to a CBS story on TV about the looming demise of the newspaper industry. What is the future of newspapers? A good … Continue reading Are Newspapers a Thing of the Past?