They’re Missing the Point !

  • March 10, 2018

The newswire article in the attached link reports on a California foundry that was fined $283,390 by OSHA for willful misconduct related violations stemming from a confined space accident in August 2017 where a worker’s legs required amputation. The report…

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All Eyes on Productivity

  • March 4, 2018

In the news recently, we have seen that the new corporate tax rates imposed for 2018 have led many companies to give special bonuses and/or wage increases to retain their workforce. Interestingly, data indicates that average hourly earnings have increased…

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When Safety and Profits Collide

  • February 26, 2018

In the WSJ this week, I read that Japanese company Takata, which was the largest supplier of airbags in the automotive world, pleaded guilty to criminal charges in the US and acknowledged that it provided misleading test data which resulted…

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