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.



Raise Money For Your High School Class With These Two Items

When you're trying to raise money your high school class, it can be a challenge. Selling holiday desserts and holding car washes can help raise money from time to time, but if you want to raise the most money possible for your class activities, you need to focus on items that can regularly bring in money throughout the year. Here are some items that may work for your class. Custom, Embroidered T-Shirts Read More 

4 Tips To Keep Your New Carpet Looking Great

Beautiful carpeting enhances any home, and if you're planning to replace your carpet it is a good investment. But if you're going to spend the money to purchase new carpet, you are sure to want to keep it in the best condition possible for as long as you can. Use the following tips to keep your new carpet looking great: Invest in a Quality Vacuum In order to keep carpeting in the best condition possible, it is essential to vacuum regularly. Read More 

3 Things Your Children Need To Know About Using Fire Extinguishers

Fire safety is an important topic to discuss with your children. Statistics show that seven people die in house fires across the United States each day. In order to ensure that your children have the best possible chance of surviving an accidental fire, teaching them how to properly use a fire extinguisher is essential. Here are three things your children need to know to ensure they can effectively wield a fire extinguisher in the future. Read More 

Honoring Military Veteran Employees: Things You Can Do

There are over 19 million military veterans living in the United States, and many of these people are employed in the same civilian jobs as their neighbors and friends. Veterans bag groceries, fix cars, answer phones, and work in the medical field. If your business has a military veteran in its employ and you want to honor your employee in a very special way, here are things you can do to say you appreciate all the work they've done to keep your freedom intact today. Read More 

4 Ways To Protect Your Confidential Information In Storage

If you maintain any form of confidential information, such as personally identifiable information or customer credit card information, you need to keep it safe. That includes when you put it in your storage unit. In general, a storage company will not be considered liable for damages related to confidential information breaches if that information was stored negligently or unnecessarily. 1. Always Shred Excess, Old, and Used Documents You should only have multiple copies of a document if they are currently necessary. Read More