July 2020

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Keeping Your Business Establishment Safe and Virus-Free

With businesses starting to reopen, the Utah Department of Health released a set of comprehensive guidelines for Utah business-owners to protect their business and, at the same time, prevent the spread of COVID-19. The manual contained recommendations not only from the UDOH but also from the CDC, OHSA, and US

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4 Things Employees Need from the Business Owner

A machine will not be able to function without its parts. If you are a business owner, you know how essential employees are to your operation. You will not be able to take on the many tasks demanded by the company, which is why you need your staff members. Unfortunately,

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Tips for Creating a Balanced Small Business Budget

A good budget is the foundation of every successful business. Keeping your finances under control ensures that your money is going to the right places. Failing to keep a tight rein on your fiscal matters might place your business in debt, which is incredibly difficult to eliminate, and may spell

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How the road freight industry is tackling CO2 Emissions

Greenhouse gases, including CO2, are necessary to keep the Earth’s atmosphere habitable by retaining heat. The molecules absorb energy from infrared radiation (IR) and then release the energy of the IR proton into another molecule, increasing its vibrating motion.  The increased motion raises the temperature of the gas in the

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Beekeeping 101: How to Care for the Honey-Producing Colony

Bees produce honey, one of the most valuable food items in the world. Despite people’s efforts in replicating the feat, the bees remain the primary source of the authentic ingredient. Honey is profitable when you turn it into a business, which means that you will have to learn how to

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Thinking Constructively: Rent, Lease, or Buy Heavy Machinery?

Governments throughout the world are investing in better infrastructure and smart city projects to stimulate local economies, prepare people for an increasingly interconnected lifestyle, and to adapt to the impact of climate change. Build, Build, Build These strategies are targeted at enhancing existing public infrastructure for both rural and urban

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21st-century Business Ideas

Between the rising unemployment rate now and the looming threat of automation in many industries in the not-so-distant future, starting your own business can be a great idea. In fact, because of recent developments in communication and information technology, launching and running a small business has become drastically easier. Also,

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How You Can Help Supplement Your Child’s Knowledge on Financial Management

History repeats itself unless we learn from past mistakes. Thus, each generation would like to pass on hard-won lessons to the next. Parents give their children valuable advice about school, relationships, and careers. But how effectively do we teach our kids about financial management? Nobody is immune to mistakes when

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Preparing for Your Business Expansion

There’s really no perfect time to expand your business. It’s a process that involves as much risk as when you first started. Having said that, there are things you can do to make sure that you are as ready as you can be, and you can bring down that risk

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Essential Qualities of the Ideal Warehouse Manager

Business growth does not happen accidentally; it is intentional and well-prepared for. For you to help your business growth goals reach its momentum, it is essential to have a strong and steady inventory. It is where warehouse management comes in. Warehouse management is a business process that promotes operational efficiency

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