Business Coupons: Printer Options For Creating & Distributing Consumer Discounts

Posted on: 4 January 2017

One of the more traditional ways to draw customers to a business is with coupons. The discounts and access to coupon options can help showcase products, meals, or services that your business may offer. If you want to control coupon distribution and plan out different promotions, then you need a heavy access printer that can handle all of your needs. Learning about different printer features can help you select the best option for your business and your coupon printing needs.
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To Which Factors Should Your Employees' Pay Be Tied?

Posted on: 22 December 2016

If you're a business owner who has recently noticed an uptick in the amount of personnel turnover you're experiencing, you may be concerned about this change and what it could mean for your business going forward. While there are ebbs and flows in just about every industry, a steadily increasing turnover rate could mean that there are issues with either your recruiting plan or your compensation structure. Read on to learn more about the factors you'll want to consider when deciding how to determine employee pay in a way that improves your retention rates and keeps your employees satisfied.
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Employees Complaining Of Back Pain? 2 New, Unique Office Chair Styles Designed With Back Health In Mind

Posted on: 21 December 2016

If you own a business, then you are likely accustomed to making important office supply decisions with rock-bottom prices in mind. However, if you have employees who are complaining of back pain when sitting on those budget chairs, purchasing new office chairs designed to prevent and relieve back pain is a wise investment decision. When employees are experiencing back pain when sitting in uncomfortable chairs, they may take extra bathroom breaks just to get up and stretch to relieve the muscle fatigue the chairs cause and even miss full days of work due to the pain.
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Aging And Your Vision -- When Your Eyes Won't Have It

Posted on: 21 December 2016

The population of the United States is graying rapidly. As are their eyes. Unfortunately, as your eyes age, your vision can change, and you can also become more susceptible to certain conditions that can make it harder to see. So what should you do as you age to make sure that you can see clearly into the future?  Keep an "Eye" on Your Prescription Your vision may have stayed the same for years, even possibly for your whole life.
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