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Safety Choices   GPS challenge of the week…Good Choices vs Bad Choices!  Every day we make choices that affect our future.  Some of these choices are good like wearing your PPE, following proper procedures, not removing machine guarding and not taking safety shortcuts! At one time or another, 72% of employees take safety shortcuts putting… Read more »

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Many businesses believe they know best when it comes to hiring decisions. In terms of the final hiring decision, that’s true. Yet, horror stories abound of companies making bad hires that created months of lost productivity, if not the loss of other valuable employees. If in-house recruiting efforts have failed you, what other option is… Read more »

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Businesses and recruiters don’t just use social media as a way to find applicants. Around 43% also use it as a screening tool to weed out candidates. That begs the question: What are the social media red flags I should avoid? Keep reading and we’ll give some of the biggest red flags to avoid. Illicit… Read more »

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GPS Safety Hotline   GPS wants its employees to go home to their loved ones in the same condition they came to work.  Please examine the situation, consider all the outcomes, then proceed with your task. If you experience or see a safety concern on your assignment, please contact our GPS Safety Hotline at 803-760-1441 or… Read more »

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Your hard skills play a role in getting you the interview, but they won’t get you the job by themselves. These days, employers look for candidates who already have good soft skills. Why? Soft skills make people more effective on the job, for one. They’re also very hard to teach and all but impossible to… Read more »

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June is National Safety Month! GPS is celebrating National Safety Month by encouraging everyone to participate in safety meetings and going to the National Safety Council’s website www.nsc.org for additional safety tips. “According to Injury Facts®, preventable workplace deaths totaled 4,414 in 2017, the fourth year in a row this number has increased. And, for… Read more »