The president of the Association for Psychological Science recently published a column titled, “The Publication Arms Race.” Dr. Lisa Feldman Barret’s central point is that we professors are rewarded mainly for our publications, and mainly for the quantity of those publications.
According to OSHA, businesses spend almost $1 billion per week on costs related to occupational injuries and illnesses. “In today's business environment,” according to OSHA, “these costs can be the difference between operating in the black and running in the red.”
One month after ISHN published its October issue cover story on Tesla’s quest to have the safest factory in the world, Tesla’s safety and health practices were again in the news. On November 5, 2018, the Center for Investigative Reporting published an article, “Inside Tesla’s factory, a medical clinic designed to ignore injured workers.”
Employees have come to expect to be rewarded for a variety of professional achievements or practices, including safety and industrial hygiene. In fact, 79 percent of employees want rewards programs, and 73 percent think rewards encourage engagement, according to research.
There is an ongoing debate on how incentives are being used. Incentives should enhance a functional safety program that contains such areas as: return-to-work (RTW), accident investigations, and safety committees.
I said to myself, it would take decades for this modern technology to make it to the safety incentive market. The tech virus indeed continued its unstoppable path, as we now know. This market is typically slow to change, but not anymore.
Currently VP of Strategy, 20-year incentive industry veteran
January 22, 2018
Carlton One Engagement, a rapidly-growing global technology company specializing in the development of SaaS-based solutions for global loyalty, channel sales, employee engagement and reward management, today announced the appointment of Dave Peer to the company’s board of directors.
Industry leading gift card provider upgrades technology, content and customization of its gift card API
October 25, 2017
National Gift Card (NGC), an industry leading provider of gift card services and technology to rewards, loyalty, rebate and incentive programs, launched an updated gift card API (Application Program Interface) with expanded content that now features over 500 unique brands across the U.S., Canada, UK and Europe.
Among the articles in the August 2020 issue of ISHN Magazine, we have information on creating a spill response plan, reopening workplaces amid COVID-19, advice on choosing EHS software, tips on caring for FR clothing, and much more.