#Compliance Training #Health and Safety Training #OSHA #Workplace Safety

OSHA Compliance – Saving Lives and Protecting Employee Health

Whether you love or hate it, the Occupational Safety and Health Act serves to protect people in the workplace. It might seem obvious that people ought to work in environments […]

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Author: Janine Ordman

#Financial literacy #Investment skills

Teach a Man to Invest: The Importance of Becoming Financially Savvy

“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” – Benjamin Franklin In May 2017, The Guardian reported that middle-income households in some of America’s major cities are shrinking, and not […]

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Author: Janine Ordman

#e-learning #Learning Management System #LMS #organizational training #Training University

Four Features of a Great LMS

Learning Management Systems have been around for a while and they won’t be going anywhere, anytime soon. The good LMSs have proven their utility and inspired further learning innovation, while […]

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Author: Janine Ordman

#Business Communication #Business emails #Emails

“Thank You for Your Prompt Reply” – Writing Better Business Emails

There’s nothing quite like the feeling of anxious anticipation when clicking your inbox’s refresh button on a Monday morning or after coming back from holiday. The Radicati Group estimated that […]

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Author: Janine Ordman

#HR #Inappropriate Workplace Conduct #Policy #sexual harassment #social media

Dealing with Social Media Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

The advent of social media has brought about a major revolution in the realms of marketing and communication, but it has also, unfortunately, added another avenue for people to be […]

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Author: Janine Ordman

#Computer Literacy #Microsoft Excel #Microsoft Office #Microsoft PowerPoint #Microsoft Word #QuickBooks #Software

Why Improving Your Microsoft Office Skills Are Important in the Workplace

“A computer does not substitute for judgment any more than a pencil substitutes for literacy. But writing without a pencil is no particular advantage.” – Robert McNamara The ability to […]

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Author: Janine Ordman

#customer experience #Customer Service #customer-facing employees #word-of-mouth

A Reciprocal Relationship: Good Customer Service Attracts Good Customers

There’s no need to tell a business how important their customers are. They are the reason businesses keep their doors open, after all, and their continued support is heavily dependent […]

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Author: Janine Ordman

#Confined Space #Confined Spaces #Health and Safety #OSHA Compliance #Safety #training

Getting Out of a Tight Squeeze – Confined Space Safety Training

According to the Department of Labor Statistics, 136 workers were killed in 2015 in incidents associated with confined spaces. Despite its name, a confined space in the context of labor […]

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Author: Janine Ordman

#burnout #health #Self-care #wellness programs

The Importance of Employee Health and Nipping Burnout in the Bud

Burnout is inevitable Burnout has received a ton of attention in recent years, and with good reason. Deadlines are a reality. A fast-paced, relentless world of work is at the […]

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Author: Janine Ordman

#excellent customer service

Coggno’s Support Team is Fanatical

Our Customers, Our Partners I need to get something off my chest.  In the 10 years Coggno has been in business, we’ve seen that our customers tend to be loud, […]

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Author: Kat Amato
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