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October 2013 Monthly Archives

  1. Gas Price Finder Apps

    by measler

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    With rising prices at the pumps, many vehicle owners are becoming increasingly concerned with ways to keep fuel costs low and ensure that their car or truck is not placing too great a strain on their budget. In addition to basic efforts, like keeping your tires properly inflated and addressing any maintenance related issues promptly, […]

  2. How to Tailgate Safely This Season

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    Fun at football games starts with tailgating. Opening your tailgate and barbecuing every meat imaginable gets you excited for the big game. Tailgate Safety should be on your mind during tailgating to prevent injury to people or your vehicle. Food Temperatures Bring a food thermometer and check the meat leaving the grill. To kill all […]

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  3. How Telecommuting Saves Your Company Money

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    With the global reach of the Internet, many businesses are warming to the idea of allowing their employees to telecommute. There are many benefits to these arrangements, from the obvious to the not so obvious. Instituting a telecommuting plan in your business can pay off in a myriad of ways. Cut Down on Employee Turnover […]

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  4. The Employee Performance Review: Best Practices

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    Getting performance reviews can be tricky. You need to convey serious information to your employees but do not want to come off as scolding or overly condescending. It may be especially difficult if you are dealing with employees who are very sensitive but need to hear some important critical details. Here are few guidelines for […]

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  5. How much longer Washington D.C.?

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    Our government has shut down. I’ve read and listened to many different opinions about how this shut down has effected the American people and their livelihood.   There seems to be significant disappointment among our fellow Americans. Millions of people have been effected.  Families have been effected.  Freedom within our own country has been restrained, particularly […]

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  6. How to Shut Off Water During an Emergency

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    When disaster strikes, knowing how to complete certain tasks – such as shutting off your water – can be invaluable. FEMA recommends that homeowners shut off their water during a disaster until you know it is safe to drink. Water pollution commonly occurs in emergency situations, so it can be dangerous to consume water during […]

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