Year after year, retail workers are less likely to get hurt on the job. The industry has seen a steady decline in its injury rate, dropping every year since 2012. But retail work has also gotten more deadly with the number of fatalities up five percent in 2016.
According to research, workers whose education includes scenario-based instruction score better on retention exams, have a more positive attitude toward training material, and think arguments used in training are more persuasive.
In order to reach our objectives, we must embrace safety performance measurement tools that help us to drive improved organizational and individual results.
The odds are stacked heavily against any organization that does not take necessary premises security procedures to protect their employees, customers, and others.
Changes in state laws regarding the treatment of marijuana, which are in direct conflict with federal law, have raised concerns and caused confusion among...
As victims find their voices, behavior that may have remained buried in the past is now more likely to be the subject of complaints and forced into the light.
A job termination is an especially delicate task—one that should follow a specific security game plan every time it happens.
Retailers also need a post-incident management game plan for when the waters recede and the immediate threat is squelched. Is your retail organization ready for the “Then what?”
Between 50 to 60 percent of workers reported at least one incident of verbal abuse in the last twelve months, and 30 to 35 percent reported at least one incident of threat of physical violence in the last year.
Get ahead of the storm with a strong disaster response plan, and you will recover more quickly and with confidence when disaster hits.