Fatal workplace injuries are on the rise, according to a recent report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Between 2015 and 2016, such injuries jumped by 7 percent. Instances of workplace violence spiked by 23 percent--which contributed to the escalation in workplace fatalities. However, the number one reason for this upward trend is linked to drug use.
As the polar vortex tears through the Midwest, 77 percent of the continental U.S. population is being hit by an unusual cold snap. For many of us, these are the coldest temperatures we've ever experienced.
Your first Christmas with a new baby can be a joyful time. You may be looking forward to gathering with your extended family and sharing your holiday traditions with your new bundle of joy.
The Spectrum Ride is a popular weekly cycling event in Sunnyvale, California. Every Saturday morning at 9:00 a.m., riders convene at a set location and embark on a 50-mile group ride around the city.
In the food service industry, workers in many different roles must coordinate like a well-oiled machine to get food prepared and delivered in a timely manner. In such a fast-paced environment, injuries are quite common. In today's post, we discuss one key area in which restaurant managers can help to reduce workplace injuries.
You just moved into your first home. It's exciting but also a little daunting--it's by far the biggest financial investment you've ever made in your life. Your wallet is noticeably lighter than it was, and you still have an entire house to furnish. How do you fill up your new space on a budget?
As a society, we're becoming increasingly protective of our health. We've dramatically cut back on smoking compared to a generation ago. We drink purified water and eat organic foods. But there's one thing many of us fail to consider the health implications of: our mattress.