“New Traveler’s Insurance Report – 170 Billion In Cost & 3.7 Million Workers Injured Per Year”

Of all public sector and private US businesses, roughly 3.7 million workers are injured per year. Businesses spend $170 billion per year on costs associated with occupational injuries and illnesses (according to OSHA) – and these findings provide critical insight on how the numbers add up. The nature of employee injuries in the modern workplace … Continue reading “New Traveler’s Insurance Report – 170 Billion In Cost & 3.7 Million Workers Injured Per Year”

“Behavioral Minute: The Power of Peer-to-Peer Feedback”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8CrjTHprC0 When it comes to safe and unsafe behaviors in the workplace, employees on the front-line are often uncomfortable giving peer to peer feedback. Some likely feel it isn't their place to speak up, while others may think it won't be effective. In our latest Behavioral Minute, ADI senior consultant, Bart Sevin, identifies the benefits … Continue reading “Behavioral Minute: The Power of Peer-to-Peer Feedback”

“What Drives Wedges Between Management and Workers?”

April 5, 2014 John Dyer, President, JD&A -- Process Innovation Company Forget the fancy slogans. Provide employees with the tools, materials and support they need to get to the root cause of problems and permanently improve the process. A vast majority of the employees want to do a good job, want to feel proud of … Continue reading “What Drives Wedges Between Management and Workers?”