Ohio’s unemployment rate continues to drop, moving from 7.4% in April 2012 to 7.3% in May 2012. A year ago in May, Ohio’s unemployment rate was 8.8%. What changes do you feel have been made to reduce Ohio’s unemployment rate?
Take care of your health. Do it for yourself and those who count on you. You’ve got things to do and people who need you. And that means you need to be your healthy best. That’s not always easy for men and sometimes we have ourselves to blame. Did you know that men are 24% Read More
Each piece of machinery has its own unique mechanical and non-mechanical hazards. Machines can cause severe injuries: amputations, fractures, lacerations, or crushing injuries. Machines can also cause minor injuries such as bruises, abrasions, sprains or strains, burns, or cuts. Examples of mechanical hazards that can hit, grab, or trap an operator are: Hazard Motions – Read More
Workers’ Compensation costs can have an adverse affect on a business’s bottom line. The less time days incurred for your workers’ compensation claims, the lower your premiums should be. Therefore, you should make sure your MCO is a good fit for your business. When making this decision, here are 8 questions you should ask of Read More