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5 Simple Ways to Identify Your Essential Workers

Posted by Leona Chavez on Apr 27, 2020 9:27:55 AM

As government mandated shutdowns and social distancing efforts to combat the rapid spread of COVID-19 reshape our everyday lives, there are many businesses and organizations that have been deemed essential and are open to keep the country running.

While the Department of Homeland Security issued guidance on organizations that are essential to infrastructure, it is up to individual states and counties to deem which businesses are essential.

Essential businesses need to identify their employees who are authorized to be on site or they run the risk of employees being obstructed from entering the campus or causing unnecessary delays. It also helps identify the people that don’t belong on premises and provides peace of mind that businesses are taking necessary steps for safety and precautions. In addition to a standard employee ID badge that’s issued to all employees, here are five simple ways to identify these essential employees.

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Topics: ID cards, product spotlight, security tips, employee ID cards, workplace safety, workplace tips, custom id cards, id products, essential personnel, essential worker ID, identification, essential workers, parking permits

3 Ways for Your Workplace to Show Support During Autism Awareness Month

Posted by Dan Ryan on Mar 29, 2018 10:00:00 AM

April! The year's fourth month brings mild temperatures, blooming flowers and the last gasps of winter weather. 

April also brings us National Autism Awareness Month in the United States, a time to encourage progressive thinking, fund new research, explore innovative therapies and promote inclusion and acceptance for those with an autism diagnosis.

In fact, April 2nd is World Autism Awareness Day, designated as such by the General Assembly of the United Nations.

(For our friends up north, Autism Awareness Month is actually in October. But don't worry, you can participate on the 2nd, and for the rest of the month too, for that matter!)

Autism Awareness Month is celebrated in a number of ways, from government functions and speeches to local events and fundraisers. There are a number of different ways for you and your co-workers to show support for the cause over the course of the month.

Volunteer, put on the puzzle piece and more...

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Topics: lanyards, badge reels, id products, awareness

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