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 ...READ MORE
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 ...READ MORE
Traveling for work can be exciting. It offers a break from our daily routines and can often help us get out of a rut we may have been stuck in with our work, giving us a renewed interest and vigor for our job. On top ...READ MORE
Importance of Emergency Preparedness in the Workplace
Sure, practice fire drills and volunteer CPR classes are great. Yet what happens when your business faces real-time security, natural disaster or medical emergencies — emergencies that aren’t scheduled, scripted or cushioned by a safety instructor?
In the ...READ MORE
The senior population continues to grow in the U.S. — and that means there are more elderly folks who are living alone. In many cases, these individuals do not have family members living nearby who can check on their well-being. If they fall or experience ...READ MORE