Corporate Moving Tips For A Growing Business

As a human resources professional in a mid-sized business, you're tasked with handling the administrative communications of dozens of employees. Recently you've been asked to coordinate the relocation of employees as well. Your workload has essentially doubled, and you can use all the help you can get. This is especially true considering your employer only recently started expanding.  Join the club. U.S. employers spend upwards of $15 million each year on relocating employees based on 2012 data published in 2013. [Read More]

3 Tips For Helping A Child Deal With Moving

Moving to a new home can be an exciting time, but it can also be hard to leave behind old friends. Many children who move have a hard time adjusting to their new surroundings. This is why it is important that parents do all that they can to make sure that their children are comfortable with the move. Here are a couple things you can do to ensure that a move is as comfortable as possible for your child. [Read More]

Modern Packaging: Meeting New Demands And Expectations

The only real concern for packaging over the centuries was the protection of products as they were shipped from the producer to consumer. However, the form and function of packaging today plays a major role in the marketing of many products. Companies now spend large amounts of money in designing and selecting the right type of packaging for their merchandise, whether going to retail shelves to factory floors,. More than Packing Boxes [Read More]

Choosing The Right Pad To Go Under Your Carpet

Choosing the right pad to go under your carpet can make all of the difference in how much or how little you enjoy the carpet. Here are 3 things you should know about carpet pads before getting new carpet. Density First, the density of your carpet pad matters. A standard pad is just three pounds in density and is fairly flat to walk on. You know that you are walking on carpet that has a three pound pad when it feels like there is almost no padding underneath it. [Read More]