Annual summer campaign to prevent heat-related illnesses launched by US Labor Department
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has announced the launch of its annual Campaign to Prevent Heat Illness in Outdoor Workers. For the fourth consecutive year, OSHA's campaign aims to raise awareness and educate workers and employers about the dangers of working in hot weather and provide resources and guidance to address these hazards.
With nearly half a million new businesses starting every month in the United States, it would seem that starting a business has never been easier. Not so fast.
While it is true that almost anyone can, literally overnight, start a business or work from their own virtual office, and that for many folks, development of a business concept is easy enough, far too few of us take the time to consider the appropriate legal structure for either the venture or the personal interests of the business owner.
I recently picked up a copy of the local Tampa newspaper and found an article regarding the teachers being upset with the new accountability system. It was not that they were upset about the system. They were upset about the fact that the data collected was not compared to anyone outside of their district.
We have all heard them, read about the possibilities, studied the website sources and books. We prepare for the interview questions most likely to be asked and questions directly related to the job responsibilities and required skills by a hiring manager.