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Safety Tips for County Assistance Agencies

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safety tips for county assistance agencies

Every person from time to time needs a little bit of extra assistance. While money alone is helpful to some, genuine care and intentional contributions to their well-being have the same or better results. You might be a care provider, counselor or local official. Whatever ...

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Lone Worker Security for Hospitality Workers

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lone worker security for hospitality workers

Many hospitality workers spend much of their work time alone. Housekeepers, for example, go room to room, often by themselves, to clean and prepare them. Front desk workers often spend hours on their own late at night. Workers who deliver food to guests’ rooms or ...

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Lone Worker Security for Real Estate Agents

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lone worker security for real estate agents

A lone worker is an employee who performs any work activity apart from co-workers or direct supervision, often traveling to different locations. Real estate agents spend most of their days away from the office, showing potential clients properties for sale or spaces for lease and ...

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Lone Working in Health and Social Care

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lone working in health and social care

If you’re a health or social care worker who travels to client’s homes alone, you likely know how intimidating it feels to start work at a new house. You might think to yourself: How will this patient or client respond to me? Who else might ...

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Customer Retention Strategies

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As the saying goes, sometimes you don’t know what you had ’til it’s gone, yet when it comes to slumping sales revenue, you definitely know when something’s amiss.

Customer retention strategies help keep your sales from falling victim to such axioms. After all, research indicates ...

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