Protect Your Workers from These Common and Expensive Injuries

Workplace injuries and accidents are at the top of the list of concerns for every employer. Injuries cost US companies an astounding amount – $170 billion annually – in workers’ compensation according to data from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. About 3 million US employees are injured each year, with the level of injuries… Read more »

6 Tips to Reduce Stress at Construction Jobs

We often think about physical illness when we think about health and productivity at work, but mental health is just as important – if not more so. Studies have indicated mentally-healthy staff members are more effective, more creative and more dedicated than stressed-out staff members. Furthermore, mental health issues in the workforce cause a whole… Read more »

Do You Have to Pay Day Laborers for the Time They Spend Waiting to Go to the Job?

Day laborers may or may not be eligible to be paid for time they wait before and after doing a job. The convention used to find out whether a day laborer is eligible to be paid for time spent waiting centers on if a day laborer was mandated to be at either at a pick-up… Read more »