Labor and Insights July 2018 eNewsletter
Labor and Insights July 2018 eNewsletter
Automation and Your Workforce
TAG Labor & Industrial Insights eNewsletter
Vol. IV, Issue VII
Automation and the Workforce

Automation and the Workforce


Today’s headlines about robots and jobs are enough to give anyone whiplash. From the NY Times to Forbes magazine, we’re told that robots are taking all the jobs and then, in the same breath, that robots will be the biggest job creators in history. For manufacturing executives who are looking to automation to improve productivity, drive profits, and grow their businesses, it can be hard to know what to believe–and how to prepare.


The Components to Defining Your Company Culture

In business, they say a great idea is worthless without great execution. Taking that a step further, even great execution sometimes can't salvage a company with poor culture. Brilliance alone might be able to get a firm up and running, and things might even carry on swimmingly for a few years.

Writing Job Descriptions that Lead to Better Hires


A job description is usually one of the first things a prospective candidate reads when learning about an open position. A well-written description weeds out unqualified candidates and attracts desirable talent. Here are six tips to help you write a great job description.


Managing Workers' Compensation and Claims


If you are new to the responsibilities of managing the workers' compensation process, it can be overwhelming. There are responsibilities that both the employer and employee have in the process. Compliance laws vary from state to state, so make sure that you are familiar with your state requirements. Compliance is very important, but it's hardly the only thing that matters when it comes to true operational excellence.