Ways to Make the Packing Process More Sustainable and Eco-Friendly

Ways to Make the Packing Process More Sustainable and Eco-Friendly

In our new, post-COVID world, concern for the environment has been unfortunately overshadowed by the threat of a global pandemic. Single-use plastics, once under fire for their detrimental effects on the natural world, have made a spectacular comeback in the name of public health. Additionally, the COVID-fueled surge of takeout orders and online shopping since Read More

Starting a Business When You Have Poor Credit

Starting a Business When You Have Poor Credit

There are millions of small businesses in the United States. If you’re thinking about starting one, you’re not alone. Over 627,000 new businesses open each year. Some are very small, with no employees, while others have staff from the beginning. Almost every new business owner has to operate leanly and efficiently, but that’s not usually Read More

Using Data to Prevent Workplace Accidents

Using Data to Prevent Workplace Accidents

In 2018 alone, there were 2.8 million nonfatal work accidents reported across the country. Some of the industries that saw the highest number of injuries included retail sales, stock clerks, laborers and freight workers, and shipping and receiving clerks. There are also careers that present a higher risk of fatality from being injured on the Read More

Dos and Don’ts of Handling Customer Complaints

Dos and Don’ts of Handling Customer Complaints

Every business grapples with two sides of customer reviews — the approvals and the complaints. As much as everyone prefers the approvals over the complaints, the latter cannot be avoided. Whether it’s a customer concern on your promotions, a tweet about your service, or an unsatisfied review, every business is forced to face an unhappy Read More

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