Keep Your Career Counseling Company Safe With Paper Shredding

Career counseling services aren't typically considered to be financial institutions. After all, they provide career advice -- not investment advice. Several career counseling companies are considered financial institutions, though, by the Gramm-Leach-Bliley (GLB) Act, and they must meet the act's requirements to protect client's information. If you have a business that provides career counseling services, keep both your clients and your company safe by hiring a paper shredding service to destroy sensitive documents. Read More 

3 Unique Things You Can Do With A Loved One’s Ashes After Death

The death of a loved one, whether expected or unexpected can leave you reeling. Because of your emotional state of mind, it may be hard trying to figure out what to do. Although cremation may seem like a hard choice, it is becoming just as popular a choice as traditional burial. In 2014, cremation was at a little more than 45% whereas traditional burials were at a little more than 48%. Read More 

5 Ways Restaurants Can Use Custom Vinyl Graphics For Holiday Decorations

Attracting customers to your restaurant can be done in a variety of ways, including direct advertising on your restaurant window. When using vinyl window stickers, you can easily apply decorations and remove them for different seasonal occasions. As you plan your restaurant decorations for the holidays, there are five different custom designs you can use to help promote your restaurant and celebrate days like Thanksgiving and Christmas. Not only are these vinyl graphics great for the holiday season, but you can reuse a number of the decorations for future years. Read More 

Evicting Guests: Advice For Hotel Managers

While most hotel guests come and go without any problems, a minority of visitors can outstay their welcome. Tenancy law allows residential landlords to evict problematic tenants, but it's not always so clear what hoteliers should do about troublesome guests. Find out how you should deal with problem guests, and learn more about the steps you should take to stay on the right side of the law. Allowing guests entry Read More 

Own Your Own Business? 3 Ways To Save Money On Printing

Nothing is more frustrating to a business owner than sinking company profits into controllable expenses like printing. Unfortunately, unless you lock down those printers with passwords or park them inside of a locked closet, chances are good that your employees will use paper and ink throughout the day. However, you don't have to let printing drive your company finances into the ground. Here are three ways you can save money on printing at work, so that you can protect your bottom line: Read More