HR Works is a total solutions provider of human resource consulting and outsourcing services, serving clients of all sizes and industries throughout the United States for over 30 years. From specific HR projects to fully outsourced HR management, our tailored approach gives you the flexibility... Read More
We simplify hourly employee management for small business owners so they can thrive. Our easy-to-use customizable apps free owners from the stress and time sucking burden of payroll, scheduling, time tracking, benefits and hiring. We fuel our customers’ independent drive by providing... Read More
Cura HR is redefining the role of human resources in shaping vibrant businesses. We’re success enablers that take a modern, inclusive and thoughtful approach to HR. Through company immersion and our decades of experience, we swiftly build business acumen for each of our clients. This enables us... Read More
The video is presented as four approximately eighteen minute segments, in SCORM compliant format suitable for all learning management systems or stand-alone, and with test questions and automated scoring and reporting to you. Why did we start with this topic? It’s because newspaper and TV news... Read more »
“If you don’t have your health…” goes the saying. There is nothing more central. Hearing another lecture about how we should eat more broccoli and take the stairs instead of the elevator, is not going to change anything. You may have a wellness center nicely equipped. Yet despite this, our... Read more »
Boring. Workers compensation and public liability sound like well-covered, boring topics. “Cringe-worthy” as far as training in many employees’ eyes. OSHA made real improvements over past decades, lowering incidents by 10 – 20% where there is inspection and training, yet the improvement reached... Read more »
Take your 2D problem and look down on it from 3D. Two people are involved in an argument. You are mediating. Or maybe you are one of the disputants. They go back and forth, left and right, right and left. No matter which way you move it around in the plane of the argument there is no way to get...
In Part One we explained the basic principle of not being there as the object of someone’s
attack, which is to say that whatever insult they throw just goes through you or around you and
has no effect on you, except to amuse you slightly. We’ll give examples of this later in this post.
We are always looking at workplace violence, street violence and domestic violence from the point of view of you as the victim. In our workplace violence training and in our de-escalation courses we start at the flash point, when things have blown up in your face and someone is threatening or...