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How the COP21 Summit Discussions Will Affect Your Business

Closeup Morning Sunlight At Petroleum Refinery

About 200 world leaders gathered this week at the climate talks outside Paris to take part in a historic agreement to jointly curb greenhouse-gas emissions. The effort is meant to stave off the worst effects of climate change, according to The New York Times. The primary topic of discussion at the Conference of Parties’ 21st meeting: 2 degrees Celsius. They’re ...

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How the New ISO 9001 Will Impact U.S. Manufacturers

The most significant revision to the ISO 9001 management system in 15 years has come at a critical time for the U.S. manufacturing sector. CEOs are battling serious headwinds, domestic and global, and the democratization of the system is an opportunity for businesses to potentially gain some traction.

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What Manufacturing CEOs Should Be Doing to Adjust to the New ‘Joint Employer’ Rulings

Manufacturing CEOs have been chilled by the National Labor Relations Board ruling on “joint employers” in the recent decision involving a Browning-Ferris Industries recycling plant in California, and many more are looking ahead to the likelihood of a similar decision on an even bigger case involving McDonald’s, and how these decisions might affect them.

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