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Holiday Light Safety GPS challenge of the week…Holiday Light Safety! You want your house to look like Clark Griswold’s in National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation from 1989? Well, here are some tips for Holiday Light Safety. Check each set of lights, new or old, for broken or cracked sockets, loose connections, or frayed or bare wires…. Read more »

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A gap on a resume can create haunting fears in job applicants. They worry that it will make them look unprofessional or that they don’t take their careers seriously. Unfortunately, gaps happen, and interviewers will expect you to talk about them. So, how do you handle that discussion in a reasonable way that won’t torpedo… Read more »

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The end of the year is a time of family obligations, shopping, and traveling. Your kids may need new clothes, or you need to find your spouse that vintage thing they love. It’s easy to assume that everyone involved in the hiring for businesses is doing the same things. Yet, it turns out that December… Read more »

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Safety Hotline GPS wants its employees to go home to their loved ones in the same condition they came to work. 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 contact your… Read more »

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Even the calmest and more experienced person can get a case of the nerves before an interview. It’s often worse for people early in their careers or who want to change careers. It feels like the person or people on the other side of those desks hold your future in their hands. This nervousness can… Read more »

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Travel Driving Safety   GPS challenge of the week…Traveling for Turkey Day?  Grandma is waiting!  According to Injury Facts 2017, 386 people died on Thanksgiving Day in 2015. Alcohol-impaired fatalities represented about 1/3 of these accidents. Use a designated driver. Make sure everyone in the vehicle buckles up. Put the cell phone away. If you… Read more »

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Employee burnout can have serious consequences not only for productivity but also for workplace morale. It’s even more severe when a previous superstar employee shows signs of burnout. More worrying for employers is just how common burnout is among employees. Around 67% of employees report feeling burnt out either sometimes or routinely at work. As… Read more »

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Think Before You Act   GPS challenge of the week…Think before you act! STOP, THINK, ACT! Before starting any task, be sure that you know the correct procedure to complete the job, have the correct PPE and understand the hazards associated with the job. STOP, THINK, ACT! If you experience or see a safety concern… Read more »