There’s something beautifully pleasant about shutting your computer for the day.
Until it comes.
The email at 6.30pm.
And again at 7.45pm.
And another, and another, and another; constantly distracting you from a peaceful evening.
Image credit: Yolk Recruitment
How many times have you deleted company emails after seeing the subject line or only reading the first sentence?
Perhaps it was the daily global company email, or the email chain you’ve been cc’d into because of your job title.
You wake up in the morning to an inbox flooded with emails.
You’re not surprised – updates from corporate, HR, health and safety are always delivered the same way.
Your eyes glaze over as you skim for the important messages.
At Cribber, we’re always on the look out to stay ahead of the game when it comes to trends in innovation for the resource industry.
Recently, while going through a bit of research, we decided to Google, ‘5 ways the resource industry can innovate’
We’ve had a busy couple of months here at Cribber. We’re excited to be releasing a new feature in the coming days (currently under App Store review), and we’ve also been out in the community pitching our business, generating sales and receiving some recognition.
In every organisation people have different levels of engagement and today I’ll discuss how this can affect safety performance. Some people love their job, they are motivated, get results and generally do most of the work.
Effective worksite communication is critical to safety, quality, schedule and cost performance. Research by the PMI (Project Management Institute) indicates that 50% of unsuccessful projects can be attributed to ineffective communication.
While working in China for the past four years as a native English speaker I’ve endured an endless uphill battle in communicating with a predominantly Chinese speaking workforce.
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