Work can be a trying place. I mean, they have your livelihood in their hands. If you get sacked, you can lose your house or flat, even you car and other things. However, it can be tough to work for a company that is not doing everything correctly. I’m sure all of us have worked for a place that would have some questionable practices in different ways they would carry out business. For me, it was our safety equipment. The company always talks expenses and are cheap when it comes to safety. I explored different types of HR advice available to find out what my options were for keeping my job and getting them to fully comply with modern standards of safety gear in our industry.
Part of the problem was some vague minimum standards for some gear we needed to keep ourselves safe on the job. Continue reading