It may come as a surprise to some, but summer is the most dangerous time to drive for both businesses and families. Summer is the time to pile the family into the car and head off to vacation destinations, and it is also the time where heat and exhaustion lead to less safe driving. July and August are the most dangerous months, especially on Saturday, between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Taking some extra precautions can ensure that you, your family, and your co-workers don’t become a statistic. Here are some tips that can help everyone stay safe on the road this summer.
Those who work outdoors may not look forward to summer the way the rest of us do! This summer is predicted to be hot and steamy. People who work outside must be prepared and take precautions to stay safe in the heat. Here are 7 tips for beating the heat at work this summer:
Everything from Hair Loss to Hot Dogs seems to have a “month” to bring awareness to their cause. While some of these are amusing or frivolous, others are critically important: for example, National Safety Month in June.
Incorporated on May 1st, 1975 (even though it existed before that) All Star Premium Products is now officially 43 years old!
If you build it, they will come, right? Not necessarily. Proper program design and branding will ensure that your incentive programs are effective and will deliver a higher return on your investment, but make sure that you don’t underestimate the role of communication in employee recognition programs.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the most exciting new developments in the technology world. Advancements in artificial intelligence in the areas of physics, medicine and other complex environments is mind-boggling. But what exactly is Artificial Intelligence?
National Employee Appreciation Day is March 2, 2018, and many companies will do something special for their employees. The company leaders may bring in lunch or managers may plan a celebration or provide each employee with a small gift. Those of us in the corporate incentive, reward and recognition world realize that showing employees appreciation is not a one-time event.