How to Organize Your Life: 10 Habits of Really Organized People

October 4, 2021

This article is from Lifehack. See their website at the bottom. Really organized people are not born organized, they have to cultivate healthy habits, which then help them to stay organized. So even if you think you are a very disorganized person, you can learn to be organized. From planning things, jotting things down, to… View Article

14 Quick Tips for Finding a New Job

September 27, 2021

This article is from LiveCareer. View their site at the bottom Unless you are one of the lucky few who works in a high-demand career, finding a new job can be a challenging and frustrating experience. You can make the job search a bit easier on yourself if you use proactive strategies for finding a… View Article

How To Reduce Stress at Work

September 20, 2021

This article is from Snacknation. View their site at the bottom. There’s a silent killer in your workplace. It lurks in the shadows, depleting your energy, sacking your concentration, and shaking your confidence. Your co-workers talk about it in hushed tones (if at all), and your boss is in denial of its very existence… Its… View Article

Great Ways To Use Your Third Stimulus Check

September 13, 2021

This article is from Forbes. View the article on their site at the bottom. If you’re not in dire financial straits, you may wonder what’s the best way to use this windfall. Here are 50 ideas to help make the most of your stimulus check. 1. Pay your bills. Paying down a credit card balance or… View Article

CDC Updated Mask Recommendations

February 19, 2021

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have released new guidelines to ensure that your mask fits properly as we negotiate the next wave and spreading variants of COVID-19. The CDC recommends that you wear a cloth mask over a surgical mask, or at least take steps mentioned to ensure your single mask fits properly on your… View Article

When Do We Really Need Face-to-Face Interactions?

January 5, 2021

Summary    While work will likely never go back to our pre-pandemic status quo, the future will be a blended one that leverages the best of what both virtual and face-to-face experiences can offer.  The authors argue that collaboration, innovation, acculturation, and dedication are difficult to replicate virtually and sustain without some face-to-face interaction. But to… View Article

Safety Practices for Workers

June 22, 2020

MS-IL Staffing will use safe practices to protect critical infrastructure workers and their communities. When workers return to the job after potential COVID-19 exposure, we have implemented these practices before and during their work shift: Pre-screen Monitor regularly Issue or approve personal face coverings Maintain social distance Disinfect and clean workspaces See the new guidelines… View Article

Deciding to Go Out

June 15, 2020

Venturing out? Be Prepared and Stay Safe As communities and businesses are opening, you may be looking for ways to resume some daily activities as safely as possible. While there is no way to ensure zero risk of infection, it is important to understand potential risks and how to adopt different types of prevention measures… View Article

Running Essential Errands

June 8, 2020

Grocery Shopping, Take-Out, Banking, Getting Gas, and Doctor Visits What you need to know – Stay home if sick. – Use online services when available. – Wear a cloth face covering when running errands. – Use social distancing (stay at least 6 feet away from others). – Use hand sanitizer after leaving stores. – Wash… View Article

COVID-19 Policies Update (Return to Work)

June 1, 2020

COVID-19 Guidelines Purpose MS-IL Staffing & Packaging takes the safety of all workers seriously, and our guidelines must be followed to ensure that all of us stay safe. This interim guidance is based on the current CDC Workplaces and Businesses COVID-19 guidelines. It is intended to provide MS-IL employees, Employees, and clients with the information… View Article

When You Can be Around Others

June 1, 2020

I think or know I had COVID-19, and I had symptoms You can be with others after – 3 days with no fever and – Symptoms improved and – 10 days since symptoms first appeared Depending on your healthcare provider’s advice and availability of testing, you might get tested to see if you still have… View Article

Face-Covering Tips

May 18, 2020

Take action to slow the spread of COVID-19 by wearing a cloth face-covering in public spaces, keeping at least 6 feet of physical distance, & frequently washing your hands. Make a cloth face covering from a t-shirt, scarf, or cloth napkin.  LEARN MORE:

COVID-19 Policy Summary and Quick Links

May 11, 2020

Face covering (not mask) requirement. Everything else is about steps to protect yourself and others Heath Screening Processes – Temperature checks – Screening questionnaire – Screening Questionnaire Online Form Ensure social distancing as much as possible – Keep people 6-feet apart – Stagger breaks to avoid overcrowding common areas and bathrooms Ensure personal hygiene practices are followed – Wash hands… View Article

COVID-19 Symptoms

March 17, 2020

Call your doctor:  If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider for medical advice. Watch for symptoms Reported illnesses have ranged from mild symptoms to severe illness and death for confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases. The following symptoms… View Article

COVID-19 – Update 3/11/20

March 11, 2020

As we continue to monitor the local, national and worldwide incidence of the coronavirus and the illness it causes, COVID-19, all employees are asked to review the following workplace policies and guidance. It is likely this information will change as the situation evolves and more becomes known. Questions may be directed to the MS-IL Human Resources department. … View Article