Archive for November 7, 2018
Fires can pose a huge danger to all of our lives, and understanding them (and how and why they occur, especially when it comes to where they are occurring) is so very important for adequate fire prevention. For instance, hotels and motels see a great deal of fire activity over the course of the year and while some of these fires are able to be contained and dealt with with a relative amount of ease, this is certainly not the case for every single fire that occurs at a hotel or a motel.
In fact, the consequences of hotel and motel fires can be quite steep. It has even been found that up to fifteen people lose their lives in such fires each and every year. And in addition to this, up to one hundred and fifty people will sustain injuries in these same fires. While these injuries will not always be life threatening and might be relatively minor in at least some cases, burn injuries are no joke to recover from and are typically incredibly painful. Avoiding burn injuries is always ideal
Remote work is certainly gaining popularity throughout the United States. In fact, data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics data reports that 23% of employees complete some of their work remotely during 2015. This is a number that only looks to rise in the future. Companies are certainly enjoying the perks of hiring remote employees. Recently, American Express was able to save $10-15 million annually by hiring remote workers. Many remote workers are opting to create their own businesses from home. If you’re working from home, it might be time to consider investing in virtual office space. With that in mind, here are four benefits of having your own virtual office.
- Having a Receptionist
There’s no doubting that running your own business costs money. With that in mind, it’s often for smaller businesses to keep up with these