Smart Policies and Procedures are Keys to Crime Prevention at Dunkin’ Shops

As any Dunkin’ franchisee can attest, criminal threats – both internal and external – are an unfortunate reality of doing business. And although crime rates have been in steady decline since the late 1990’s, QSR operators still have to deal with robberies, break-ins, employee theft, and increasingly, drug-related issues inside their businesses. The good news,…

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OSHA Inspections Up Under Trump

In what may seem a surprise to some, the number of official workplace inspections conducted by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) under the Trump administration is higher than those conducted under President Obama’s administration. But, the number of enforcement actions pursued as a result of those inspections has decreased. Earlier this week, left-leaning…

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Ohio Launches Worker Comp Rebate Program

On the positive side of the ledger from the perspective of the business community at least, the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation has adopted the Policy Activity Rebate (PAR) program allowing businesses the opportunity to possibly lower their premiums over time. Under this particular rebate program, which will become effective on July 1 of this…

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