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C O V E R   S T O R Y


What’s Working in Warehousing

The next thing in the welding and gases distribution industry is as close as the space where your inventory is stored

Preventing Inventory Evaporation
Practical illustrations to help you convince employees that inventory accuracy is important to the company, and to them, too.
By Jon Schreibfeder

The Warehouse Manager Makes It Great – Or Not
Communication styles impact every area of your organization, the warehouse included.
By Jim Ambrose


MEMBER PROFILE

Gas is Our Middle Name
The flow experts at Compressed Gas Solutions are passionate about gas and customers

BEST PRACTICES

The Age of Disruption – A Call for Innovation
Three truths to guide your leadership of change and innovation
By Dirk Beveridge

The High Value of Experiential Training
‘Vivid’ learning expriences help people retain lessons – and help businesses retain employees
By Steven B. Wiley

My Plate Glass Window Perspective
A glimpse into corporate reputation management strategies
By Marjorie Young

ON THE EDGE

Dealing With Disruption – We’ve ‘Been There, Done That’
By Ken Thompson

Another Gut Check on the Question, ‘Why Are We Still Here?’
By Jim Earlbeck

HUMAN RESOURCES

Learning With Generation Next
By George Ratermann

Need a New Crop of Employees? Why You May Have to ‘Grow Your Own’
By Dr. Norm Clark

SALES/MARKETING

Understanding Your Customers
The More You Know, The More Sales Grow
By Thomas DeCarlo, Ph.D.

DEPARTMENTS

PRESIDENT’S PERSPECTIVE

Lots done, Lots More to Do
By William Visintainer

DIRECTOR’S DESK

Good News: GAWDA is Healthy and Growing
By John Ospina

EDITOR’S NOTES

First Impressions: Getting to Know GAWDA
By Diane Stirling

CONSULTANT CORNER

GAWDA Safety Committee: Sample Safety Practices
By Michael Dodd

The Two Critical Questions for Your Food Compliance
By Thomas L. Badstubner

DOT Proposes New Safety Fitness Standards
By Richard P. Schweitzer, Esq.

Welding & Gases Today is published quarterly: Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. Non-member subscription rate is $195.00 per year. GAWDA members (key contacts and branch locations) receive the magazine as part of their dues. GAWDA members can order additional yearly subscriptions (4 issues) for $40.

Executive Editor – John Ospina Senior Editors – Diane Stirling and Charles McChesney
Contributing Editors – Carole Jesiolowski and Natasha Alexis
Design – Robin Turk