Corporate Affairs, Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability, Sustainable Business Practices, Leadership, Functional Management, Performance Measurement, Risk & Compliance, Environmental Management, Environmental Resource Management, Energy Management
In a recent MAPI webinar, Bruce Lung from DOE and Thomas Wenning from Oak Ridge National Laboratory walked attendees through the DOE’s Better Plants Program and benefits for joining, lessons learned from partne
Growth & Innovation, Research & Development, Research, Innovation, Leadership, Human Resources, Leadership Development
In Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World, Wharton professor Adam Grant inspires and informs with diverse examples from business, entertainment, politics, and history; busts myths about idea generation and selection; and provides research-backed advice about how to encourage originality and sell others on new ideas.
Brief commentary on workers' compensation claim case where age and repetitive motion were at issue. The court upheld a jury verdict in Plaintiff's favor finding her injuries developed over time as a result of her employment although her responsibilities did not consist of continuous repetitive movement.
In an economic environment where industrials are feeling the pinch, operational efficiency and effectiveness are as crucial as ever to achieve. And when it comes to integrating acquisitions, success is mixed.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is seeking public comments due April 1 on proposed changes to its EEO-1 report that would require employers with 100 or more employees to submit W-2 earnings data and actual hours worked for all employees.