This is a guest post by Kevin Davis.
When you decide to sue someone it can do one of two things. You could end up in a world of financial pain, or you will end up with a nice chunk of change in your pocket. You don’t know which of those situations you’re going to end up in, so before you think about suing anyone we’re going to look at a few questions you should ask yourself. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Nancy Baker.
Interior design is an incredibly important consideration when it comes to planning a commercial space, and particularly with regards to permanent structures. If you are commissioning a new store, a new restaurant, or a public building, then it’s incredibly important that you think logically and sensibly about the way you are going to plan the design, but also the way that you decorate it and lay it out once the construction is finished. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Adam Tyler.
Most companies throw an office party at different times throughout the year and most employees usually hate them. Maybe they only say they hate office parties because it’s the cool thing to say, but that doesn’t mean you won’t upset a lot of people if you don’t get yours right. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Sheldon Lewis.
What is the biggest thing holding your company back at the moment? Unless you have the greatest employees in the world it is probably the productivity of the entire workforce. Some people like to sit around taking their time when they work. This is OK up until a certain point, but when they start taking advantage of the fact they get paid an hourly wage it can have a big impact on the amount of money you make. Can you imagine how much profit you would make if everyone started working twice as hard? Continue reading
This is a guest post by Sydney Williams.
A career in logistics is an option that is worth some serious consideration. This article takes a look at the different factors that have earmarked this line of business as one to watch for the future. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Austin Cole.
Ever wondered why your printer keeps running out of ink, even though its expenses are increasing?
A set of replacement cartridges for home printers costs £45, and a bottle of the elite Dom Perignon costs about £109. It doesn’t really seem like much in the first glance, but if you do the math, accounting the costs drop by drop, it becomes clear to us that we’re being ripped off by the ink companies. The printer ink is being sold at around 51p per milliliter, but the Dom Perignon costs about 15p per milliliter for the same quantity.
As time progresses, the production costs seem to grow higher, and the quantity of the ink in the cartridge seems to reduce. Well known printer company Canon charges up to 51p for black ink and over £1.05 per ml of colored ink of yellow, magenta and blue; i.e. 19ml of black ink costs £9.69, and 9ml colored ink costs £9.49. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Lucy Whitmore.
In the competitive world of business, productivity and efficiency are the keys to success. However, sometimes people end up paying too heavy a cost. Workplace injuries are a frequent occurrence and it is only fair that employees are aware of their options. Sometimes you could be unable to work for a number of weeks. Here are 4 facts about worker’s compensation that you need to know. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Stuart Pietersen.
Even in the best work environments there are a lot of politics and a lot of power plays going on at all times. Even if you don’t notice it and it isn’t immediately apparent, there are hidden dynamics to almost every work relationship you have as your colleagues compete with you for the next promotion, as your boss tests you to ascertain your loyalty and those with chips on their shoulders try to establish themselves as dominant.
Surviving and thriving in this situation can be challenging, and if you want to make the most of it then you need to learn to assert yourself and to send out the right signals. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Chantille McDonald.
If you’re currently struggling to make ends meet and to afford the increasingly high costs of living, then you probably wouldn’t turn down some supplementary cash to add to your income. A tailgate sale is a possibility but you have other ways you can try. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Ryan Phillips.
In tough economic times, companies are always trying to think of new ways to reduce costs. However, they are also concerned about any negative effects this may have on the growth of the business. Expanding a business, while reducing costs, has always been one of the corporate world’s biggest challenges. Thankfully, there are tools that can be used to achieve that particular goal. Virtual offices are one of these tools and here are 4 reasons why running virtual offices is in every company’s future. Continue reading