Change is necessary, but difficult. What can you to make it easier, less daunting, and more likely? In this article, Tony shares 9 useful strategies to help you implement change, and make it stick.
Regulations begin with an honorable purpose. A problem is identified and governments or large corporations feel compelled to address it because “the people” want it fixed. As solutions are kicked around, decision makers eventually decide between a few alternatives. Will they use public funds to research, implement findings, educate the population, and ultimately change human behavior? Or will they give the problem to corporations and insist that they find a solution and suffer penalties if they don’t? The second choice is often used because it doesn’t involve a direct raid on the treasury….
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Ohio has clarified a couple of requirements for manufacturing businesses: A practical reason for not wearing a facial covering is having manufacturing employees separated by more than six feet or by a barrier when performing their jobs on the manufacturing floor. Employees must perform daily symptom assessment, including for cough, shortness of breath or difficulty …
Ohio requires additional actions from manufacturing businesses: Daily disinfecting of desks and workstations (in addition to high-contact surfaces) Daily assess symptoms including taking temperature with a thermometer Require employees to wear face coverings (with a few exceptions) InSource requirements for temperature testing (March 23), travel quarantine (March 30), and face coverings (April 2) expire by …
The Sales/Customer Service team remains in close contact with customers. Some request stop shipment or reduced deliveries. Others desire continued deliveries and have identified key products that are on backorder or shutting down lines. We planned for a 40% reduction in output from April 1 to 17 and actually experienced a 16% reduction. Demand through …
First suspected case had negative test result – 25 quarantined individuals due to close contact are cleared to return to work – sick individual will return to work when meeting Ohio guidelines Receive 10 forehead thermometers and distribute to supervisors/coaches
Require mask (worn correctly) when working at InSource (except for when eating) This correlates with changing recommendations from the CDC
Emergency Paid Sick Leave (EPSL) and Expanded Family and Medical Leave Act (EFMLA) start 4/1 Create six crisis management teams (Customers, Employee Safety, Benefits, Suppliers, Communication, Legal)
First employee with suspected COVID-19 Send 25 additional employees home for quarantine on doctor’s authority Meet with all employees – explain situation, hear their concerns, explain EPSL and EFMLA Health Department calls to understand situation – satisfied with our response Create forms for EPSL and EFMLA