Everyone’s first priority when natural disasters and severe weather strikes is safety. Safety is the number one concern before, during and after catastrophic events. In the past several months, the U.S. and its territories have been hit by three major hurricanes, causing significant damage in the South. In this issue of SERVICES Magazine, we are going to look at the impact hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria had on the southern U.S. and aggregate some of the best tips to help you deal with work in the aftermath.
Establishments with 250 or more employees must electronically submit information from OSHA Forms 300.
Gail Evans, the global chief information officer at Mercer, dropped out of college to support her family with a custodian job. Evans reflects on how working in the janitorial industry taught her lessons that set her up for continued success.
After the two disasters rocked Texas and Florida, jobs in the BSC arena increased dramatically for a short period of time as everyone pitched in to help recovery and relief efforts.
After Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma rocked the southern U.S., OSHA has released its preparedness guide and response resources for dealing with hurricanes and their aftermath.
Over the past decade or more, we have heard the word “outsourcing” used quite a bit. It often refers to the outsourcing of work from North American factories, for instance, to factories in other parts of the world.
Adding on landscaping services to your existing business model as a BSC can be a low-cost endeavor that diversifies what you can offer your clients. Landscaping services can encompass a whole host of additional tasks you can complete to enhance your business and your clients' experiences with you. With the bar for entry set at a relatively low-cost, the options for what you can do with this service in your BSC are numerous.