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 First Eleven: Dealing with the bag of brochures you have after an exhibition We all attend exhibitions with the best intentions but some how always end up returning to work with more information leaflets than we really need or know what to do with. In this article Abeceder events analyst Amanda Marsden explains how to manage the bags of brochures you often collect at an exhibition
 Dealing with Rejection Abeceder managing director, Michael Millward offers some consolation to those who don't get the job offer and suggests some ways to learn from the experience
 Use Incentives in Safety Awareness Campaigns with Caution Incentives can be a good way to encourage safe behaviour in the workplace, but warns Safety World inc they can also have a negative effect.
 First Eleven: Things to remember about exhibition visits In this article Abeceder associate Amanda Marsden explains how to turn a simple visit to an exhibition into the equivalent of a months worth of meetings.
 Shock tactics wake people up to their safety responsibilities Charlie Morecraft, who runs Phoenix Safety Management, knows all about this, and tells Safety World inc why he has made it his mission to wake people up to the need for safety vigilance, all the time.
 When Good Workers Turn Bad…What’s keeping your people on the right track? In a world where we see so many people and projects go off-target, how can you make sure yours stay on the right track? Abeceder Associate Richard Pate explores how what has gone wrong in Iraq for the American military, and compares this to recent commercial scandals to identify how managers can stop their own teams from adopting an anything goes approach, so long as it achieves “the result”.
 When it comes to safety, we are truly our brothers' and sisters' keepers. Workers with less than two years experience have a higher than average number of injuries than more experienced workers. But the number of injuries is also high for workers with 10, 15 or more year’s experience. In this article Safety World inc asks why and explains how employers can act to reduce risks.

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