4 Steps in Preventing Gender Discrimination in the Workplace

Regardless of the progress that has been made over the years concerning gender equality in the workplace, most studies on the topic show that businesses and organizations still have a long way to go. According to a recent survey performed by the Pew Research Center, 42% of women in the United States claim that they … Continue reading 4 Steps in Preventing Gender Discrimination in the Workplace

National Fire Prevention Week is October 4-10

Over 100 years ago, the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 burned through the city and beyond, destroying thousands of buildings, leaving hundreds of thousands of people homeless, and resulted in over 250 deaths. The fire raged for two days, from October 8 through October 10, and caused an estimated $200 million in damages. Fire Prevention … Continue reading National Fire Prevention Week is October 4-10

Are the Kids Alright? Social Isolation Takes Its Toll on Mental Health

The end of summer means fall is right around the corner and kids are gearing up to go back to school. Except this year, not everyone is comfortable in returning to the classroom due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. As parents, teachers, and child advocates worry about the physical health of children, the looming question … Continue reading Are the Kids Alright? Social Isolation Takes Its Toll on Mental Health