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Conductor Nelson | by jterry618

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Employee Overloaded Infographic via Visual.ly - Effects of Overload, how to reduce it, and why outsourcing is the best solution

Employee Overloaded Infographic via Visual.ly - Effects of Overload, how to reduce it, and why outsourcing is the best solution

C. & N.W. R.R. Cloe Weaver, mother of four children, employed as a helper at the roundhouse, Clinton, Iowa. She is learning to operate the turntable. Her husband works for a structural steel company. Detail of photo by Jack Delano, April 1943. - WWII propaganda photo USA, women war workers, railroad, rail road, trains

C. & N.W. R.R. Cloe Weaver, mother of four children, employed as a helper at the roundhouse, Clinton, Iowa. She is learning to operate the turntable. Her husband works for a structural steel company. Detail of photo by Jack Delano, April 1943. - WWII propaganda photo USA, women war workers, railroad, rail road, trains

The Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters (BSCP) was a labor union organized by African American employees of the Pullman Company in August 1925 and led by A. Philip Randolph and Milton P. Webster. Over theThe Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters (BSCP) was a labor union organized by African American employees of the Pullman Company in August 1925 and led by A. Philip Randolph and Milton P. Webster. Over the next twelve years, the BSCP fought a three-front battle against the Pullman Company…

The Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters (BSCP) was a labor union organized by African American employees of the Pullman Company in August 1925 and led by A. Philip Randolph and Milton P. Webster. Over theThe Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters (BSCP) was a labor union organized by African American employees of the Pullman Company in August 1925 and led by A. Philip Randolph and Milton P. Webster. Over the next twelve years, the BSCP fought a three-front battle against the Pullman Company…

Most U.S. employees are not prepared for cardiac emergencies at work, according to new surveys. Many workers don’t have access to CPR and first aid training, and half could not locate an AED at work. Considering people spend a third of their lives at work, learning to treat an injury or save a life makes sense. #AHANews #CPRSavesLives

Most U.S. employees are not prepared for cardiac emergencies at work, according to new surveys. Many workers don’t have access to CPR and first aid training, and half could not locate an AED at work. Considering people spend a third of their lives at work, learning to treat an injury or save a life makes sense. #AHANews #CPRSavesLives

Detail of photo of women employed as roundhouse wipers having lunch, Chicago & North Western R.R., Clinton, Iowa. Marcella Hart is wearing a red bandana as a headscarf. Photo by Jack Delano, April 1943. - WWII propaganda photo USA, women war workers, railroad, rail road, train

Detail of photo of women employed as roundhouse wipers having lunch, Chicago & North Western R.R., Clinton, Iowa. Marcella Hart is wearing a red bandana as a headscarf. Photo by Jack Delano, April 1943. - WWII propaganda photo USA, women war workers, railroad, rail road, train