Safety in the Workplace Webinar
Thursday, October 2, 2014
Start Time: 10:00 AM
Member Price: $75 for the first logged on computer & $50 each additional computer**
Workplace injuries have a significant impact on the productivity and profitability of an organization. Teaching and reinforcing Safety in the workplace is an ongoing process. This webinar is going to address two of the most common injuries – Hand & Finger Injury Prevention and Back Injury Prevention. Keep your Workers’ Comp costs down and protect your most valuable asset – your employees! This special webinar is being provided by Smart Safety Group. Train many of your employees as well as give your Safety Chairman exceptional information to present at your regular Safety Meetings! For more information, and to register, click here.
MAYD Tech Day, October 8
How does technology help our businesses run? How can we reach our target market even better, using the right technology? Is there any technology I am missing? These questions and more will be addressed for the Mid-Atlantic Young Dealers, on October 8, in Marcus Hook, PA. For more information and registration, click here.
Human Resource Webinars
Over several months this fall and winter, five Human Resource webinars will be offered, to assist EBMDA members in Best Practices in HR. Mike Haberman, who has been in the HR field for 30 years, leads these webinars. The focus of the five webinars include:
- How to Conduct an Effective and Legal Interview
- Improving Your Chances of Hiring the “Talent” You Need
- Effective and Legal Termination Practices
- How to Conduct an Effective Performance Evaluation
- How to Legally Use Background Checks and Avoid the EEOC
For more information and registration, click here.
Yet Another Scam
This come to us from Nick Strong, Yard Manager at JC VanDoren Building Materials, in Hopewell, NJ.
On August 7th., 2014. I received a phone call from an alias by the name of “Tim Bradshaw” with a fabricated company by the name of “Trans Arrow” requesting pricing on two units of plywood. Shortly after, I was given an order for this material to be delivered to a “jobsite” in Center City, Philadelphia. The following day, my driver took the materials to the jobsite, where he was handed a check by a women who arrived on a bus and left shortly after. He was then unloaded curbside by a forklift by someone else and he returned to my yard.
When we went to deposit the check, it was returned for being “altered and suspicious.” Upon further investigation it was discovered that the check was completely fraudulent. Not only did the routing number not align with the name on the check, but it did not even match up with the same bank that check had indicated it was from.
For the rest of the scam alert, click here.