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Friday, 02 October 2020 19:19

Senior Associate Consultant

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Senior Associate Consultants serve as internalproject managers forTDCclient engagements. Like all team members, they work in a fast-paced environment onmultiple engagementssimultaneously. Senior Associates serve as the primarypoint of contact for clients during the course of an engagement. As such, they are responsible for managing relationships with organizational leaders, some of which can be complex or sensitive. Senior Associate Consultants are responsible for ensuring the meeting of milestones anddeadlines by communicatingclearlywith clients on topics such as overall engagement objectives, work plan and key findings; managinginternalproject teams;delegating project tasks; supervising the work of Associates and Project Assistants; and, coordinating with firm principals.

Friday, 02 October 2020 19:18


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The business duties of a receptionist may include answering visitors' enquiries about a company and its products or services, directing visitors to their destinations, sorting and handing out mail, answering incoming calls on multi-line telephones or, earlier in the 20th century, a switchboard, setting appointments, filing, records keeping, keyboarding/data entry and performing a variety of other office tasks, such as faxing or emailing. Some receptionists may also perform bookkeeping or cashiering duties. Some, but not all, offices may expect the receptionist to serve coffee or tea to guests, and to keep the lobby area tidy. A receptionist may also assume some security guard access control functions for an organization by verifying employee identification, issuing visitor passes, and observing and reporting any unusual or suspicious persons or activities.

On May 19, OSHA once again revised its guidance to employers concerning enforcement of the recordkeeping requirements found in 29 CFR §1904, as they pertain to the recording of COVID-19 cases.

From the start of the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States, OSHA has stated that COVID-19 is a recordable illness and must be recorded on an employer’s 300 log, if the following three criteria are...

Friday, 01 May 2020 19:17

Reopening Ohio

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Governor DeWine rolled out his plan for reopening Ohio on April 27th. He issued another list on April 29th. I will take this opportunity to list and discuss the published plan as it affects construction and general industry. The Association Office is planning an Ohio employer webinar for Tuesday, May 5th at 10:00 am EDT. The following represents my thoughts and interpretations of the requirements and recommendations which we issued on April 27th and April 29th.

Friday, 01 May 2020 18:54

NIA News Gary’s Corner Article on Safety

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While we continue to hear about the coronavirus every day, even on weekends, it is important that we distill down the myriad of information into a useable form. I would like to take this opportunity to discuss COVID-19 situation as it is currently and as to how it will affect employers as we work to get the economy restarted from a safety/OSHA compliance standpoint. So, I am going to look into my “crystal ball” for part to the article and try to be as accurate as I can be with regards to the future.

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