LAB OPERATIONS

Don’t Crash & Burn: Why Cutting Your Quality Department’s Budget is not a Good Idea

By Jennifer Dawson, MHA, LSSBB, CPHQ, DLM(ASCP)QIHC, QLC, SLS  bio Do you think that you can improve your organization's bottom line by reducing the budget to your quality program and … [Read more...]

MANAGING THE LAB

Should you be paying your staff overtime?

By Nick Hernandez  bio It is a recurrent challenge for human resource professionals: Determining whether an employee is exempt from the overtime requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act … [Read more...]

FOCUS ON

Decoding Quality Terminology

By Jennifer Dawson, MHA, LSSBB, DLM(ASCP)  bio Editor's Note: G2 Compliance is pleased to announce our upcoming webinar, The Cost of Poor Quality, with Jennifer Dawson. Register … [Read more...]

NEWS

OIG Work Plan Monthly Review: August 2017

Two months into its new monthly update regime, the OIG added 4 new items to its Work Plan in August, none of which will have a direct impact on laboratory services. However, 3 of the initiatives may … [Read more...]

OPERATIONS

Lean Six Sigma is Not Quality

Editor's Note: G2 Compliance is pleased to announce our upcoming webinar, The Cost of Poor Quality, with Jennifer Dawson. Register here. Now before the entire industry lynches me for the sacrilege of … [Read more...]

MANAGING THE LAB

Why Your Best Talent is Leaving and Four Ways to Win Them Back

By William A. Schiemann, Ph.D  bio Most leaders of companies today recognize the importance of having engaged people at work. Yet research from the Metrus Institute, Gallup, and others say … [Read more...]

MANAGING THE LAB

5 ways to end generational stereotyping in your lab

By Dr. William A. Schiemann  bio These days, the Millennial Generation is hyped, perhaps even more than Baby Boomers were hyped in the 1950s and 1960s. As I meet with executives around the … [Read more...]

EMPLOYMENT

8 Tips for Investigating Sexual Harassment

President Trump declared April National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. Sexual harassment is a related problem that all employers must proactively address and prevent. While most labs, … [Read more...]

EMPLOYMENT

8 Traps to Avoid When Investigating a Sexual Harassment Complaint

President Trump has declared April is National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. Sexual harassment is a related problem that all employers must proactively address and prevent. While most … [Read more...]

MANAGING STAFF

Job Interviews:
How to Ask Personal Questions without Committing Discrimination

The job interview process is a breeding ground for discrimination complaints. One common mistake: asking job applicants inappropriate questions about their nationality, marital status, religion, … [Read more...]


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