I love this quote: “Motivation is a lot like showering. It’s useful, but it doesn’t last, so you need to repeat it often.”
There are a lot of myths surrounding the process for returning employees to work after an accident or injury. The most common are:
We like to work with organizations that are gamechangers — the kind that want to grow and that are willing to make changes and tough choices to achieve the future they envision.
Have you seen CNN lately? Coverage of the Ebola outbreak is getting crazy. Every day, there’s a new article with a new angle on this disease.
If you’ve been hanging around here lately, you know that one of our hot buttons is the topic of wicked problems. Wicked business problems are different from any old type of problem — we define them as the kind of problems you can’t just write a check to make go away.
More employers are creating a culture of transparency, because building trust at work sets a foundation for open communication and innovation.
Should the minimum insurance coverage requirements for motor carriers be increased? I was quoted in the April 28 issue of Transport Topics on this subject, and I wanted to expand on my comments.