Tuesday, 18 July 2017
When you own a business, regardless of what type of services or products you offer, keeping operating expenses at a minimum is an important part of maximizing profits. By spending less than necessary without compromising the quality of your products or services, you’re actually making your business grow.
Of course, there are many things that are essential to your daily operations, such as basic office supplies. While you can’t eliminate purchasing these supplies, you can take steps to minimize how much you spend. For example, like every business you’re going to need a variety of office supplies. Whether it’s for sending out quotes, billing purposes, or handling other aspects of your business, finding a great value on the office supplies you need can help you cut expenses. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2vFd4im
Tuesday, 4 July 2017
Public buildings can be a magnet for germs and bacteria. Having a janitorial crew come in daily is not always enough to keep a building germ-free and safe. If you have a business that is open to the general public, like a retail store, restaurant or office, consider offering a cleanliness training program for your employees.
Hot Spots for GermsHands transfer most of the bacteria that is passed from person to person in public areas. Countertops, doors and tables can hold onto germs throughout the day and spread like wildfire. Believe it or not, floors are also a potential breeding ground for hearty types of viruses. Cover cleaning these areas as well.
Planning a routine disinfecting program for high traffic areas will keep not only your customers free from germs, but your staff as well. Train employees to know how bacteria is spread and what types of cleaning products work best. Always have the proper type of cleaners on hand to use. Read more from this blog:
Tuesday, 25 April 2017
Office supplies can have plenty of other uses aside from their intended purposes. With a few smart applications of office tools, you can improve the functionality of your workspace dramatically. Take a look at these office supply hacks to discover unexpected ways to use objects that you probably have readily available in your St. Louis office.
Binder clips as desk cord holders
The binder clip works great for holding the ends of cords at the edge of the table so they don’t clutter your desk. Simply attach a binder clip onto the side of your desk, insert one end of the cord through its handles, and voila, you have your cord holder. Just tug at the end whenever you need it. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2pSZfuo
Tuesday, 11 April 2017
When you own a business, having the right tools is an essential part of providing quality services for your customers. This means you’ll need to have professional products to handle everything, from packaging to janitorial supplies.
The Right Packaging Supplies for the Job
A big part of running a successful business is to reduce costs while providing quality goods and service. One area where it’s possible to reduce expenses is with your shipping materials. Of course, the type of packaging supplies you’ll need will greatly depend on the type of products you’re shipping. For example, if you typically use poly mailers, you’ll be able to choose from self-adhesive mailers, or you can apply your own packaging tape.
You’ll definitely pay more if you opt for the self-seal option. Note, however, that taping individual mailers can also be time consuming, potentially adding to your labor costs. One way to offset the cost of using packaging tape is to choose paper tape, but it’s important to keep in mind that this type of tape has its limitations. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2pSNOmA