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2 Ways To Ward Off Employee Theft

Posted by on Oct 9, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 2 Ways To Ward Off Employee Theft

How well do you know your employees? Although it might seem like you have a trustworthy, reliable staff, the statistics show otherwise. The United States chamber of commerce estimates that 75% of employees steal from their employers every year, and that most of those people do it repeatedly. Experts estimate that US businesses lose between $20 billion and $50 billion dollars annually to employee theft, but you might be able to avoid problems by making a few changes. Here are two ways to ward off employee theft so that you can hang onto your company profits: 1: Audit Your Quarterly Inventories At the end of every quarter, most retail businesses are charged with the task of manually counting their entire on-shelf inventory. Unfortunately, if you have department heads or employees that have been pilfering merchandise, they might be tempted to lie...

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Buying A 3D Printer For Your Small Business? Here’s What You’ll Need To Know

Posted by on Sep 9, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Buying A 3D Printer For Your Small Business? Here’s What You’ll Need To Know

In recent years, three-dimensional printing has gone from being an interesting yet rare and expensive idea to an increasingly ubiquitous form of technology. The ability to create actual 3D representations of a wide variety of items has opened the door to a vast array of opportunities, not just for home hobbyists and 3D printing enthusiasts, but for businesses, as well. As you search for the best 3D printer for your business, it’s important to keep the following in mind: What to Look for in a 3D Printer? There’s plenty to look for when it comes to finding the right 3D printer, but these considerations should be right at the top of your list as you shop around: Price – The most basic of 3D printers usually range from $350 to $1,500, according to Tom’s Guide. Higher-end printers top out at...

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5 Tips To Get The Most Out Of Your Home Security Cameras

Posted by on Aug 13, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 5 Tips To Get The Most Out Of Your Home Security Cameras

Have you experienced a robbery or a break in at your home or small business recently or do you just not feel as safe in your neighborhood as you once did? It might be time to invest in a home security system. Home security cameras provide excellent insurance for your home or small business. Not only do they provide a sense of insurance, which is to say it makes much easier to catch the culprit who broke into your residence, but it also can act as a deterrent for potential break ins. This brief article serves to help you get the most out of your security cameras by offering 5 tips: proper placement, make them visible, enable motion detection, properly secure your DVR recordings and ensure that you have enough storage space. Proper Placement When it comes to placing...

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Making A Move Without Breaking A Sweat: 3 Pieces Of Equipment For Moving Heavy Furniture

Posted by on May 11, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Did you know that approximately 36 million Americans moved residences between 2012 and 2013? Moving can involve backbreaking labor, especially when it comes time to load and unload heavy furniture. If you’re not careful, you could easily injure your back or other muscles. Most Americans leave the backbreaking work to professional movers; however, you may want to move some of the heavy furniture yourself if you have the time. You can easily move heavy furniture and items without breaking a sweat with the help of these 3 specific pieces of equipment that come highly recommended from professional movers. Slide Air Dollies Underneath Large and Heavy Furniture and Appliances If you don’t want to shell out the money for air dollies, you can easily find many that can be rented. Air dollies are typically most effective on smooth surfaces. You slide the...

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3 Smart Eviction Tips For Landlords

Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The eviction process is often just as difficult for the landlord as it is for the tenant. The rules that you have to follow to force an eviction can be quite strict, and courts tend to take any error on the landlord’s part seriously – after all, you are asking the court to remove someone from their home. That means that if you don’t get it right the first time, you’ll have to spend time and money going through the whole process all over again. Take a look at some tips that can help you get through the eviction process as quickly and painlessly as possible. Know What Kind of Notice to Give It’s best to serve an eviction notice as soon as the tenant gives you a reason to do so. Delaying the matter only allows an unacceptable...

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7 Easy Ways To Grow Your Small Business On A Budget

Posted by on Mar 30, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Growing a small business can be a daunting task. Your mom is a guaranteed customer, but how do you get more customers? It is pretty easy and inexpensive, if you know the tricks. 1. 10-10-20: Realtors use a technique called ’10-10-20′ for their marketing. In a nutshell, this prospecting strategy means that whenever they get a new listing or sell a house they contact the 10 homeowners to the left of that house, the 10 homeowners to the right, and the 20 homeowners across the street. They may knock on the door or simply add those addresses to their regular mailing list. It is a great technique because those 40 people already saw your business at their neighbor’s house, and are likely to trust their neighbor’s choices.  2. Call Center: Cold calling is a skill that very few people...

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