Finding Work: The Value of an Employment Agency

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Finding Work: The Value of an Employment Agency

Owing to a rough economy, my employer had to cut back, and I was one of the employees that had to go. With no immediate prospects, but plenty of bills to manage, I decided to sign up with an employment agency. That decision turned out to be the best thing I could've done. The agency found an assignment for me in a matter of days. When it was completed, they had another one waiting. That second assignment led to an offer of permanent employment. If you are out of work, let me tell you about the perks of working with an employment agency. By the time I'm done, you'll be on the way out the door to sign up and get back into the work force.



Three Questions To Ask When Planning Your Cremation

If you are interested in being cremated when you pass away, there is some planning that needs to take place in order to ensure that the process is taken care of with as little hassle for your family as possible. They will want to grieve your loss and having to take care of all of the decisions that come along with planning a funeral can be quite difficult. It is important to have an open and honest discussion with your loved ones about the cremation process to find out if there is anything you can do to make the process easier for them. The following guide walks you through a few topics to discuss with your family during the cremation conversation.

How Does Your Family Want to Say Goodbye?

The first thing you need to discuss with your family is if they want to be able to see you in a casket at a wake before you are cremated or if they would rather just put up a picture of you next to your urn. Many funeral homes have caskets available that can be rented for wakes where the person who has passed away is going to be cremated, but their family wants to be able to say goodbye to them in a more traditional way.

What Does Your Family Want to Do With Your Ashes?

You need to determine if you want to have your ashes spread in a specific location, have them split between the family members, or simply kept in an urn and have one family member keep your ashes at their home. There are some families who choose to wear the ashes in jewelry, bury them in a biodegradable urn, or simply spread them at their loved one's favorite location.

What Steps Need to Be Taken to Spread The Ashes at a Location?

If you choose that you want to have your ashes spread, you need to determine who you want to spread them and where you want them spread. You then need to determine what steps need to be taken in that particular locality to spread the ashes where you want to spread them. Some jurisdictions prohibit people from spreading ashes in a specific location. The local branch of the Environmental Protection Agency should be able to tell you where you can and cannot spread ashes and what to do to get approval for spreading your ashes.

Once you know the options that will make your family feel as comfortable as possible with the cremation process, you can make the arrangements ahead of time with a funeral home. Everything can be paid for in full before you pass away so that the only thing your family has to worry about is mourning your loss. To find out more, speak with a business like Peninsula Funeral Home.